Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Ultra-cheap phone carrier launches ultra-cheap Android phone

The economics of MVNOs are pretty simple. A virtual provider will piggyback off a ‘real’ provider’s infrastructure, offering cut-price network access. There are usually some caveats (data speeds, for example, are often slower) but it’s generally a good deal. FreedomPop has tread a different path. It offers a basic mobile package for free. In the US, for example, it offers 500 texts, 200 minutes, and 500MB of mobile data, completely gratis. The LA-based company also offers similarly generous packages in several European markets, including Spain, the UK, and Mexico. Should your limited allowances run out, you are given the opportunity to…

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