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FreedomPop launches Unreal Mobile service

2018-05-24 16:05 by
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Prepaid carrier FreedomPop, which uses Sprint’s network, is rushing to launch another MVNO called UNREAL Mobile. Where FreedomPop is meant to compete with the likes of Cricket Wireless, Boost Mobile, and other pre-paid MVNOs, UNREAL Mobile will be marketed as a proper alternative to post-paid plans offered by T-Mobile, Sprint, etc.

"Sprint and T-Mobile are held up in regulatory approvals contingent on their ability to demonstrate that competition won't suffer," said Mauricio Sastre, FreedomPop's lead for carrier relations and strategy. "Given that FreedomPop's platform is enabling large companies like Dish to launch new MVNO brands in months, we decided to use it for our own purposes."

FreedomPop will launch Unreal Mobile in the coming months, offering the US' lowest priced unlimited data bundlesAccording to the company, the new carrier is aimed squarely at premium customers. Plans are expected to start at $15 per month to access 4G LTE data.

Along with the traditional offering of unlimited talk, text, and data, UNREAL Mobile will also offer its customers a VPN, built-in encryption, mobile-ad blocking, and the ability to use your number on a variety of devices (such as tablets, computers, etc.).

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