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FreeUP Mobile Makes Changes to Its Plan Options

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FreeUP Mobile has made some important changes to its plans. For starters, it increased the minutes on the free plan that it launched back in November. In addition to this, a number of FreeUP Mobile's plans now come with more data.

Free Plan

Before today's announcement, the AT&T MVNO offered a free plan that came with 500 minutes or text messages, and 100MB of LTE data.

With the new change in place, the plan now comes with 1,000 minutes or text messages; which you may combine any way you want. Unfortunately, FreeUP Mobile has also removed the allocated data included in the free plan. But there is still an option to connect to over 4 million WiFi hotspots throughout the country.

Updated Phone Plans

In addition to the changes made on the free plan, FreeUP has also made some changes to its phone plans. The MVNO has added two new plans, discontinued 1 plan, and increased the data allotment on 4 plans.

  • $10 per month plan - includes unlimited talk, text, and 200MB of LTE data (new)
  • $20 per month plan - includes unlimited talk, text, and 2GB of LTE data (new)
  • $15 per month Global Plan - includes unlimited domestic and international talk and text, 250MB of LTE data (no data included before)
  • $20 per month Global Plan - includes unlimited domestic and international talk and text, and 1GB of LTE data (unchanged)
  • $25 per month Global Plan - includes unlimited domestic and international talk and text, and 3GB of LTE data (previously only 2GB)
  • $30 per month Global Plan - includes unlimited domestic and international talk and text, and 5GB of LTE data (previously only 3GB)
  • $40 per month Global Plan - includes unlimited domestic and international talk and text, and 8GB of LTE data (previously only 5GB)
  • $60 per month Global Plan - includes unlimited domestic and international talk and text, and unlimited 12GB of high speed data (unchanged)

The MVNO has discontinued the $35 per month Global plan, which came with unlimited domestic and international talk and text, and 4GB of LTE data.

These prices include taxes and fees except for the state of California, wherein applicable sales tax will still be applied. 



Source: BestMVNO 

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  1. 45./month auto pay boost mobile for unlimited AND 12gb hot spot

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  2. Anyone using the free plan care to chime in re how it is, what, if any catches a potential customer should know?

    I found this, what is "take one action"?
    "SERVICE END DATE: Subscribers on the Free Plan must log into the Rewards app at least once per month and take one action to maintain Free Talk & Text Plan"

    and this, it us a shame the $5 200mb data add on doesn't roll over
    "*Any unused data add-on option will NOT rollover to your next billing cycle and shall be forfeited. Subscribers on the Free Plan must login to “MyAccount” at the end of each billing cycle and manually renew Free Plan or choose to upgrade and initiate auto renew. A valid card on file is required and there is a limit of one Free Plan per person."

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    1. Hi, @Anonymous at 9:55 AM,

      All you need to do is print one coupon or complete one survey each month, but "just for insurance" I would also make at least one call and send one text each month. As they say, "YMMV", but that way your free plan should renew no problem.

      Also -- don't forget to confirm that you want to renew your free plan. You may get a pop-up reminder when you log in on your computer, or an e-mail sent to you. It should arrive about 7 days prior to your monthly expiration date.

      You asked about how the free plan is. For me, it's been great. No problems with calls or texts not working, and where I live the data speed (using AT&T towers) is much faster than on my main phone (using Sprint towers).

      If you decide to sign up, good luck!

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    2. Thanks for sharing details of your experience with the free plan.

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    3. Can you send MMS without having any data now that the free plan has removed the 100mb it used to have?

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    4. The one action may or may not register. Many users are complaining of missing credits or not getting credited at all.

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  3. My plan just renewed last week so I still got the old allotment

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  4. I've had the free plan for 2 months. I've had no problems. Anytime from 7 days before your plan is due to renewal, just login to your account and a pop up box will ask if you want to renew the free plan or select a paid plan. Clipping coupons can reward you with $0.48 daily if you clip 2 coupons. You can clip 2 per day maximum. You can spend the rewards money on a paid plan or add ons, but I haven't done anything with my $6.50 in rewards yet.

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  5. The free plan has been great for me too and I wonder if my plan will be grandfathered and the 100 MB of data will remain. I have about $7.00 in rewards and want to buy an add-on but cannot find a way to do this on the web site. There is a faq on how to use rewards to buy add ons but it does not seem to be correct. I sent a message to support twice already but have not heard back. To their credit support did reply to a couple of other questions I had.

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    1. Update: my account page says my plan will renew to the old 100 MB plan in 7 days. So it appears to be grandfathered -- at least for the next month. We'll see if this is the case going forward.

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  6. Yes I just click Renew and never clipped any coupons. Will we keep our grandfathered 500/100mb plan or get the 1000 mins plan?
    Signal is the same att signal.

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  7. Leave it to the CellNuvo & old RingPlus crowd to screw up a good thing. That's what happens when you have data abuse.

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    1. What utter bs. You do realise it was 100mb free right not 100gb.

      It is a simple business tactic to get you to upgrade and that is all. no one abused anything.

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  8. Looks like they are trying to force the freeloaders from the free plan to the $10 plan.

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  9. I've had the free account for about two weeks. One thing I notice is that the longer I am wiht them, the harder it is to qualify for their surveys.

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  10. You really don't have to take the surveys. I haven't done a survey since the first month and my free account is still active.

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