FreedomPop's free-"4G"-for-all plans are clearer now that it's started taking pre-orders on its $99 iPod touch sleeve. The free data allocation has been halved to 500MB, with each additional gigabyte costing $10, with the company offering bulk discounts to heavy users. Marketing VP Tony Miller also told TechCrunch that the iPod sleeve wasn't a high priority until public clamor forced a shift in its plans, but said that an Android-compliant version of its gear was "on the roadmap." There's video after the jump.
FreedomPop's $99 WiMax iPod touch case promises an iPhone without the bills (video) originally appeared on Engadget on Tue, 31 Jul 2012 12:58:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.Permalink TechCrunch | FreedomPop | Email this | Comments