A lot of reviews will speak about the company FreedomPop, so anyone who’s looking for cell phone service and more should read a FreedomPop review. The purpose of reading a review is to get an understanding about the pricing structure as well as the products offered by FreedomPop. One of the newest introductions to FreedomPop is the GSM sim card that makes it possible for those with a GSM phone to use their phone on the FreedomPop network. Up until the past year, FreedomPop would only allow CDMA phones from Sprint to be used on their network, but now they have expanded to GSM phones.
There is a very big reason why GSM phones have become so much more popular than CDMA phones, it’s because they are able to be used in many different territories and countries across the world. FreedomPop even offers a sim card that is international as well, allowing for roaming in other countries but without the roaming charges. The ability to make phone calls while in 25 different countries separates FreedomPop from other carriers, especially since the user of the sim card will pay regular prices to FreedomPop for the service.
Order the sim card based on an email address that is used to sign up for the service, and the sim card will be shipped out promptly to the address of the new customer. Even those who already have an account with FreedomPop can get a sim card to start a new service or several other services for family members.
The cost of the sim card is around $4.99 but can go lower, all depending on the website a person chooses to get them card from. Since different websites are selling the sim cards, some sites may offer free gifts or promotions along with getting the sim card, so the purchaser won’t only be getting a sim card but something extra for free. Once a sim card is received, insert it into an unlocked GSM enabled phone to start using the service. A service plan must also be chosen to activate the sim card, which can be done by going to the FreedomPop website or into a retail location.
Reference Link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FreedomPop