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FreedomPop's $5 WiFi Plan Whittles Wireless Bills


FreedomPop is offering an unlimited service plan that opens access to many more WiFi hotspots than are normally available to the public, and provides seamless connectivity from one hotspot to the next, for just $5 a month. The service works with any smartphone or tablet. In some densely populated areas, customers might be able to ditch their cellular services altogether, FreedomPop suggested.
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Google to Add Mobile Carrier Hat to Its Collection


Google's MVNO plans could lead to a lot of benefits -- more advertising real estate for Google, lower prices for consumers, additional revenue for Sprint and T-Mobile -- but there's a downside. Google "presumably would have access to data about who people called, when they did it, and how long the call lasted ... which would raise serious privacy concerns," said Consumer Watchdog's John Simpson.
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Re: The Big Business of Fighting Spam 2  antispam   2003-03-20 15:27:28 
Re: IT Security on a Shoestring Budget 2  venkats2000   2003-03-17 13:56:39 
Re: The Password Is... Confusion 3  carmack   2003-03-14 17:24:39 
Re: Who's Making Money from Online Community? 7  dyusem   2003-03-13 09:22:42 
Re: Microsoft To Debut Office Beta; Sun Bows New StarOffice 2  purvisa   2003-03-11 20:34:22 
Re: Report: 70 Percent of Retailers Lack E-Commerce Strategy 2  DSmith466   2003-03-09 13:03:00 
Re: The New Era of High-Speed E-Commerce 4  andrewcurrah   2003-03-05 17:45:13 
Re: Customer Service E-Mails Still Vanishing into Black Hole 5  mhunt1   2003-03-05 06:29:38 
Re: Why Gates Opened Windows in China 2  adrianb   2003-03-04 01:39:38 
Re: Uncle Sam Moving Its Yard Sales to eBay 2  daveseabury   2003-03-03 11:22:48 
Re: Lucent Closes Book on SEC Probe 2  basu_t   2003-03-02 04:36:30 
Re: How Web Services Will Change E-Business 2  awkuhn   2003-02-28 14:24:15 
Re: The Reinvention of E-Commerce 6  Klaus   2003-02-28 13:17:54 
Re: Pierre, Pez Dispensers and Public Relations 2  pipsqueek   2003-02-26 21:30:19 
Re: U.S.: E-Commerce Topped $45B in 2002 2  davidport   2003-02-25 16:38:49 
Re: Microsoft Hits Back in Java Case 2  MrTangent   2003-02-25 01:06:48 
Re: eBay Sues BidBay for Trademark Infringement 2  garciag   2003-02-20 17:14:13 
Re: Amazon's Ambitious Failures 2  jpflaum   2003-02-19 09:11:48 
Re: Riding Herd on Desktop Demands 2  bkelly515   2003-02-18 16:05:04 
Re: Will IBM's New 'Xperanto' Take Over the Enterprise? 3  MacTed   2003-02-15 20:03:36 

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