mmfacemm wrote: It could also mean not disrupting the service plans of redpocket subscribers.
Yes, it's not clear. I did notice the following that appears to indicate the "freemium" aspect of FP won't go away, at least at first.
“Providing top coverage and customer service is a Red Pocket specialty,” said Kaisha Barela, the company’s Director of Customer Experience. “We will deliver added transparency and service options to make FreedomPop not just ‘freemium,’ but premium!”
I don't understand the confusion and clutter in this thread about what was obviously an official press release by Red Pocket.
The OP clearly quoted PRWeb which as everyone knows is a major channel for official press releases.
Maybe those who were confused can delete their posts to prevent confusion for anyone else who reads this thread.
Onto the news itself, Red Pocket is a reputable company so I have no doubt they will introduce free plans on all networks. But I would expect the allotments to be low and a way to upgrade to paid services.
In any case, more choice for the consumer is good. I'm looking at unlimited plans which seem to be coming down in cost. I'm happy to pay a reputable and reliable company because time is money. Free almost always requires too much of one's time which doesn't really make it free.