FreeUP Mobile

FreeUP Mobile Cell Phone Plans

FreeUP Mobile is a unique carrier because they offer a completely FREE cell phone plan. the Free Plan doesn't come with any mobile data, but it does come with either calling minutes or text messages. This plan is great for those who just need a phone for emergencies and are fine with using WiFi to access the internet.

FreeUP Mobile also offers cell phone plans that include unlimited talk and text and a data allowance. The plans don't have a lot of data, but enough for casual users. FreeUP's main selling points are that their plans are cheap and they use America's top GSM network (aka AT&T).

FreeUP Cell Phones

There are a decent number of FreeUP phones to choose from, from the newest iPhones and Samsung Galaxy phones, to older Alcatel, LG and Motorola phones. Whether you want the latest and greatest phone or you just want a decent phone that's still affordable, FreeUP Mobile has you covered.

FreeUP Mobile gives you two options to buy a new phone—buy it outright or pay it off in monthly installments. If you choose the monthly installment route, be aware that you may be charged interest, depending on your credit.

FreeUP Mobile Guides and News

Whether you're considering signing up for a FreeUP Mobile plan or are already an existing customer, we aim to help you in whatever way we can. If you need help finding the right FreeUP plan for you, we got you. If you need more information about FreeUP's monthly installment plans, we're here to explain it to you. We also bring you all of the latest news coming from FreeUP, including new phones, new plans, customer benefits, and more.

About FreeUP Mobile

FreeUP Mobile is an upstart prepaid carrier that uses AT&T’s network and offers unrestricted 4G LTE service on it. The company uses a unique rewards program that allows customers to lower their monthly bills significantly by participating in a variety of tasks, from taking online surveys to downloading mobile apps to online shopping. Savings are available via the FreeUp Rewards, which you can sign up for and download when you start service. According to the carrier, subscribers are able to earn between $10-$25 a month in rewards, making the plans as close to free as possible.

Perhaps the biggest upside of going with FreeUP Mobile for your cell phone service, though, is the great coverage that the backing of AT&T’s network provides. AT&T ranks either #2 or #3 is nationwide coverage depending on which test you’re looking at. No matter where you are in the U.S., you’re unlikely to struggle for a signal with AT&T, and by extension, FreeUp.

Since FreeUP’s plans top out at a modest allotment of data, they are best suited to light to medium users. If you’re really looking to save money, the carrier offers a limited selection of entirely free plans.