FreedomPop and its Free Use of WhatsApp

If there is one thing that should define FreedomPop, it is its use of free services. As the name suggest, there are some freebies that people can take advantage of. However, there are limits to these freebies. In order to further promote free services, FreedomPop has decided to offer customers free usage of Facebook owned WhatsApp. Users will be allowed to use this service no matter how much is left in the users data. There is one catch. The offer is only available for those that live in Spain. FreedomPop is getting ready to launch its service in Spain as well.

While FreedomPop is making huge progress in its business, WhatsApp has gained billions of users globally and is seeking partnerships with mobile carriers throughout the world. FreedomPop is offering WhatsApp all on its own. There is no partnership with Facebook. This is one of the reasons that the usage of WhatsApp is only available in Spain for users of FreedomPop services. However, there are advantages to this. For one thing, FreedomPop gets to offer the services to customers without any pushing from Facebook. In fact, FreedomPop is the first carrier to be able to do that for its users.

FreedomPop is a very good service for users that are on a budget. One major advantage to this is that the user does not have to pay for service. However, he could pay for more service if he wants to. The only disadvantage is that the amount of devices that could use this carrier is limited. However, there are new devices that are being made for the carrier. Intel is working on a new Wi-Fi first phone which is to be released later on in the year. Spain not only gets to enjoy the free service offered by FreedomPop, but also the free WhatsApp usage.

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FreedomPop Aims Bigger

FreedomPop is a free mobile service company. They offer services such as free calling, texting, and mobile data usage. Their services reach millions of people and they offer no contracts either. There are pros and cons with FreedomPop though. They have a decent amount of phones, their prices are alright even with the additional fees, they have free international calling as well as free international texting over Wi-Fi, and they have a 30-day money back guarantee. Some cons are that they have poor customer support and they have tricky up-sales and charges set in place. Overall it is a good business and a worthwhile option to look into. As reported by RCRWireless earlier, FreedomPop is on its way towards expansion. Stephen Stokols is the CEO of FreedomPop. He explains in an interview that his business model strives on additional features and is okay with losing money on data. Their overall margin on their model is around 45 to 55 percent. FreedomPop doesn’t rely on wifi which helps differentiate them from other companies. Because they aren’t marketing centric, they are able to expand easily. They are focusing on expanding globally by offering additional value services. They just launched in the U.K four months ago and they are exploding there.

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