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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: Unsigned, Sort of Sealed, and Definitely Not Delivered 2  filmsnob   2002-03-22 12:44:18 
Re: Yahoo! Claims Sale Paid Big - But Who's Counting? 4  workinghard   2002-03-21 17:42:09 
Re: 4-1-9 Fraud Reaches Out via E-Mail 3  workinghard   2002-03-20 18:57:35 
Re: The Golden Age of E-Commerce Profits 2  rodkain   2002-03-20 05:52:06 
Re: New Economy, Oldest Profession 2  workinghard   2002-03-18 11:42:47 
Re: Online Grocery Biz Still a War of Attrition 3  davidport   2002-03-16 12:16:20 
ook at the meta tags but text segments in the pages itself 2  tvjames   2002-03-15 18:16:29 
Re: Safeway Fires Back in Online Grocery Battle 5  chris_5   2002-03-15 08:07:30 
Re: Buy.com Steps Up Global Shipping 2  cwilliams   2002-03-13 14:07:49 
Re: You Picked a Fine Time To Leave, Mr. J 2  PatMcMurray   2002-03-12 15:43:13 
Re: Can Dot-Coms Still Attract the Best and Brightest? 3  Eli_Guajardo   2002-03-12 09:57:58 
Re: Why B2B Has Been a Bust - So Far 8  juanrayon   2002-03-11 12:46:29 
Re: E-Commerce Clutter and Consumer Confusion 3  sterrycal   2002-03-09 22:55:56 
Ebay must broaden image 1  freeagent   2002-03-07 17:45:07 
Re: Amazon's Free-Shipping Gamble: Will Rivals Ante Up? 2  suzanne_5   2002-03-07 14:24:20 
Re: E-Grocery Turf Battle Heats Up on West Coast 2  hramolla   2002-03-07 10:29:17 
Re: How the Bricks Conquered the Net 2  davidport   2002-03-07 08:32:11 
The online garage sale continues 1  workinghard   2002-03-06 16:50:56 
Re: Up With Big Ads, Down With Pop-Ups 6  Roundabout   2002-03-04 14:09:17 
Re: Shipping Product: The E-Commerce Albatross 2  davidport   2002-03-04 11:06:22 

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