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Drop Your Cell Plan And Still Use Your Phone
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AaronKlap
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AaronKlap,
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2/4/2014 | 6:31:21 PM
Me too
I use Freedom Pop for free phone calls as well. Got the freedom pop portable hotspot (no activation fee or other fees of any kind) for $40. Use my Samsung Galaxy nexus phone with the following apps:

1. Google Voice: Free text message app and free phone number.

2. GrooVe IP: Voip calling app with a one-time cost of $5 (uses your Google Voice phone number).

Monthly phone bill: $0.

Downside: cell phone coverage not as good as Verizon and voice quality not as good in some areas. Works just fine 95% of the time for me in Sacramento.
JessicaA133
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JessicaA133,
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7/10/2014 | 1:21:43 PM
Re: Me too
Would this work for People outside of USA? I live in Canada.


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