FreedomPop has announced it will launch a $99 sleeve for the iPod Touch that will connect the device to a 3G/4G wireless network, with 500 MB of free data per month, for $99.
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The company FreedomPop is now taking pre-orders for its 4G "sleeve" for the iPhone 4 and 4S models for $99, which includes 1 GB of free data service.
FreedomPop plans to not only offer a free amount of wireless Internet access to users per month but will allow its customers to actually trade data usage with each other.
FreedomPop, the company that announced plans to offer free mobile phone and net access in December, is now dumping its carrier Lightsquared and looking for another partner.
Niklas Zennstrom, one of the co-founders of Skype, has announced his new company FreedomPop which claims will offer "free broadband and voice services to all Americans" starting in 2012.