MTE Deals: Samsung Galaxy SIII & 1-Year Unlimited Talk-and-Text

MTE Deals: Samsung Galaxy SIII & 1-Year Unlimited Talk-and-Text

If you’re looking for an affordable smartphone and even more affordable mobile plan, you’ve come to the right place. Right now FreedomPop is giving you the opportunity to get a Samsung Galaxy SIII and 1-year unlimited talk-and-text for┬ájust under $150 (85% off).

You’re probably thinking that a Galaxy SIII is really outdated, and it is. However, for those who don’t need expensive phones or are willing to settle for less due to financial issues, this is a steal. It would also make a great gift for older family members, kids and even some teenagers (who don’t mind not having the latest smartphone).

Avoid Never-Ending Carrier Contracts. Get 1-Year of Premium Service & Smartphone for 85% Off!

Here’s what you get with this deal:

  • Unlimited talk-and-text – for a year
  • 500MB LTE data each month – for a year
  • Visual voicemail
  • Data rollover (up to 20GB)
  • Usage alerts
  • Premium support
  • Security
  • Private Internet (VPN)
  • Data compression
  • Pay-as-you-go boost

Considering you don’t have to worry about contracts or cancellation fees with FreedomPop, it’s worth looking into this deal.

Samsung Galaxy SIII & 1-Yr Unlimited Talk-and-Text from FreedomPop

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Charnita has been a Freelance Writer & Professional Blogger since 2008. As an early adopter she loves trying out new apps and services. As a Windows, Mac, Linux and iOS user, she has a great love for bleeding edge technology. You can connect with her on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and LinkedIn.

One comment

  1. I currently own an S3, and i’m really happy with it. It does anything i need it to do. Mail, phone, text, apps, camera, recorder, productivity hub. I don’t play the latest mobile games, so I can’t judge on that, but for the rest, I don’t see the point in owning a 2015 flagship phone.

    The thing that really troubles me, it’s that, despite all the progress technology has made in the last 3 years, nowaday phones have the same average battery life as 3 years ago.

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