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beamen4345 wrote: i don't suggest you to buy mobile plan from beast mobile as their service is not good in urban areas, you could buy a plan from some reputed cellular company like at&t,sprint or verizon.
JS wrote: When Lynch partnered with advertising-supported mobile app FreeMo Inc. two years ago to bring Beast Mobile to market, his intention was to offer cell phone service with rates that undercut big carriers and eventually eliminated cell bills altogether.
Now the company, which launched in 2017 on Sprint’s network promising customers a no-contract smartphone service with unlimited talk and text and 1 gigabyte of data for $24 per month, announced Tuesday that it would provide that same service for free each month.
The catch, though, is that customers must engage with personalized offers, discounts and suggestions from partners via the accompanying Beast Mobile app. This mean being willing to give up some semblance of privacy.
JS wrote: beastmobile.net/
Partnership is with this app:
From what I can tell, the "free" plan is: unlimited talk, unlimited text, and 1gb data. Sim is $10 and on the Sprint network. I am almost certain users are required to earn points that will then be applied toward that month's service. You would need to pay real money if your account falls short. As we have seen numerous times, this type of mvno is not stable as far as terms of service goes.