Mobile Phone Company Wants To Put An End To Monthly Bills

Mobile Phone Company Wants To Put An End To Monthly Bills
Banks, Insurance & Financial Services

FreedomPop made it so customers only have to pay for their phone's coverage plan once a year at a fraction of the customer of a traditional plan

Zack Palm
  • 25 september 2017

With a wide variety of mobile providers out there, a customer rarely chooses their mobile plan on a whim. They dedicate a lot of time to planning what they need, how much they planned to us, researching the company’s reliability in their area, and the types of phones the providers allow on their plan. The plans providers created for customers to choose from offer normally revolve a monthly deal. Los Angeles-based wireless internet and mobile virtual network operator FreedomPop wants to change things up by offering an annual plan to customers interested in making a year-long commitment.

The annual plan breaks down to offering customers 1,000 minutes, 1,000 texts, and a 1GB of data for every month. This plan costs $49 per year, which breaks down to cost customers $4 per month. Most phone plans fall in the same range as $49, however, customers have to pay this per month, not per year. Compared to other mobile plans, those who have to stick to a limited budget would feel as if they were stealing their mobile service from FreedomPop.

FreedomPop_Offers_Annual_Plans.jpg

Phone users who require a little more service from their device can choose from the two biannual plans FreedomPop made available that cost a bit more. Both offer unlimited minutes and texts, however, one uses comes with 5GB of data each month and the other comes with 2GB. Customer who go with the more hefty data plan pay $114 every six months while the other comes to a total of $78. If a customer were to compare these costs of the biannual plans to a traditional monthly option, they still end up saving more money.

FreedomPop designed these plans to act as a wake up call to customers about what traditional phone providers have developed into the norm. If the service plans FreedomPop developed show success on the market and remain reliable to customers, the company could prove to customers that they can have access to great coverage at an affordable price. These could prompt other companies like Sprint, AT&T and Verizon to reconsider how much they ask customers to pay every month.

Those interested in FreedomPop may review the company’s mobile plan coverage and their detailed service on their website. Customers have the option to bring over the phones they purchased from their previous coverage provider.

FreedomPop

With a wide variety of mobile providers out there, a customer rarely chooses their mobile plan on a whim. They dedicate a lot of time to planning what they need, how much they planned to us, researching the company’s reliability in their area, and the types of phones the providers allow on their plan. The plans providers created for customers to choose from offer normally revolve a monthly deal. Los Angeles-based wireless internet and mobile virtual network operator FreedomPop wants to change things up by offering an annual plan to customers interested in making a year-long commitment.

+data
+financial services
+mobile
+Mobile
+retail
+technology
+USA

Learn About Our Membership Services

Need Research Help?
As a member you can ask us any research questions and get complimentary research assistance with a 4-day turnaround. Reports inclde stats, quotes, and best-inclass examples on research topics.
Remain Informed & Strategic
We publish several trends reports each month. By becoming a member you will have access to over 100 existing reports, plus a growing catalog of deep topical analysis and debrief-style reports so you always remain in the know.
See Trends Come To Life
Meet your peers and immerse yourself in monthly trend and innovation webinars and discounted conferences.
No search results found.