When it comes to saving money with mobile service plans, one of the best ways to do this is with the help of FreedomPop. The company has been able to expand its services not just throughout the United States (over one million users have switched from previous contracts in order to use what FreedomPop offers over the last three years) but around the world. This is at a time where other companies in the U.S. are being fined for going against the word of their contracts and installing content onto user’s phones without them knowing about it. Although FreedomPop is not near to knocking off the major providers, the services will likely ensures the company will expand for the foreseeable future.
So what is it that other companies have been doing that is not all that desirable? For starters? Verizon Wireless recently received a $1.4 million fine. Now, this might be pocket change to Verizon, but it shows the company is more cared about making money and not on how it treats its clients. The company installed what is known as a super cookie onto mobile phones. The cookie is designed to collect information about what an individual does online, which Verizon can then use in order to adjust advertisements and sell the content directly to the user. Verizon did this without asking individuals first, which is why the fine came about. Now, how did Verizon fix this? By putting out a notice. The company didn’t actually remove the cookie.
This is not something FreedomPop has done and it is not something it is going to do as it continues to build its services while offering discounted mobile phone coverage to individuals inside of the United States. As the services continues to grow, so too will the users of the company.
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