FreedomPop

Save on one year of unlimited talk and text [DEALS]

Say goodbye to contracts and the associated headaches they bring with a smartphone and one year of unlimited talk and text from FreedomPop for 85% off at Android Community Deals. The Samsung Galaxy SIII & 1-Yr Unlimited Talk-and-Text from FreedomPop deal offers a full year of unlimited talk and text, 500MB of LTE data per month, and premium services like Visual Voicemail, usage alerts, and more for far less than what you’d pay with the other guys. In fact, with this offer, you can save hundreds of dollars over the course of the full year.

Oldie but goodie: Galaxy S III and 1-Yr of FreedomPop [DEALS]

The Samsung Galaxy S III might be showing its age, but it's still pretty much a classic and a decent entry level device by today's standards. And when paired with a hassle-free FreedomPop subscription, it's as good as gold. And that is exactly the pairing that we have right here at Android Community Deals. With a retail value that would normally cost you hundreds, you can get the Galaxy S III plus a one-year subscription on FreedomPop's LTE network, all for only $149.99 instead of a more than $1,000.

HTC Desire 510 and 1 Yr of FreedomPop make a fine pair [DEALS]

Remember our previous hot bundle that let you grab a Nexus 5 and 1 year of unlimited talk and text on FreedomPop? While that offer's long gone, you can still have bit of a taste, this time with a different but still budget friendly smartphone from HTC. In our latest time-limited offer here at Android Community Deals, you can grab an HTC Desire 510 together with a hassle-free unlimited year of FreedomPop service, all for a sweet 47 percent discounted price of $249.99 instead of the full $475.

This Nexus 5 comes with a year of FreedomPop service [DEALS] [UPDATE]

What's better than a Nexus 5, you ask? Well, one that comes with a year of hassle-free wireless service courtesy of FreedomPop, of course. This Nexus smartphone may have been forced to bow out of the Google Store to make room for the larger Nexus 6, but it still ranks as one of the most desirable smartphones to date. And just because Google is no longer selling it doesn't mean you can't get it elsewhere. Like in this Nexus 5 with a year of unlimited Talk and Text from FreedomPop.

FreedomPop announces low cost WiFi service

FreedomPop, the free wireless internet and mobile phone service provider, is looking to bring on some new customers today by announcing their new low cost WiFi service - where customers get unlimited access to 10 million WiFi hotspots across the US, for only $5. FreedomPop started back in 2011 and began selling its first smartphones back in October 2012. The company began supporting LTE Android smartphones recently back in May 2014.