FreedomPop expands its free Internet service nationwide on Sprint's 3G network

FreedomPop expands its free Internet service nationwide on Sprint's 3G network

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New FreedomPop has expanded coverage of its free Internet service to reach 220 million possible customers in the US by adding Sprint’s 3G network to the fold. With the announcement, FreedomPop has begun taking orders for its Overdrive Pro hotspot device, which uses 4G when available and falls back on 3G...
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