Interview With Co-founder Of MVNO FreedomPop
A mobile virtual network operator or MVNO that is based on the principle that phone service should be free for everyone was recently interview by RCR Wireless. The video interview segment called Carrier Wrap is a compelling and informative piece that RCR Wireless produces on a weekly basis in order to inform people about changes in the phone services that we all use. They report on new trends, major scandals from phone companies, and new companies to watch. This segment brought to light some of the newer developments that are happening with FreedomPop’s expansion efforts.
The CEO and co-founder of FreedomPop, Stephen Stokols, was interviewed in part of the Carrier Wrap segment. He gave a lot of information about the current expansion efforts by FreedomPop to gain international recognition as a premier wireless services. In the interview, Stokols claims that the company is doing very well internationally. He indicates that the user conversion rate for converting from the free, basic service that FreedomPop offers to one of the paid services went up in the UK from 20 percent to 40 percent within a few short months.
FreedomPop’s basic, free service includes a valuable allotment of data usage (200MB), talk minutes (200) and messages (200). Users can use this free service to supplement their existing wireless plans in order to remain clear of overage charges. Other users decide that paying for a service from FreedomPop would be a good idea. In addition to launching their international campaign, FreedomPop has also added a special program for travelers. People traveling with their service will see uninterrupted services throughout dozens of countries. The rush to join FreedomPop is on! To read the entire article from RCR Wireless and watch their video interview, go to PR Newswire.
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