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FreedomPop Plans Free Mobile Phone Service Launch In UK

FreedomPop, the free mobile phone service founded in the US by a former BT executive, has announced plans to launch in the UK. The four-year-old company has teamed up with Three to offer customers the ability to send and receive calls, texts and internet data free of charge. A deal with a second, unknown UK mobile network is expected to be announced soon. FreedomPop makes its money by offering a basic package for free and hoping customers subsequently pay for more minutes and data.

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