FreedomPop Offers an Incredible Bargain for Wi-Fi Users

FreedomPop Review: An Expanding Marketplace

A tech startup firm named FreedomPop attracted considerable attention a short while ago when it began offering limited free services on the competitive cell phone market. For absolutely nothing at all, telephone users could enjoy 500 megabytes of data per month, including up to 500 text messages and 200 minutes of basic cellular voice phone calls over the Sprint network. This year, the company launched a second program which generated considerable excitement: on January 21st, it commenced offering Wi-Fi services at 10,000,000 locations around the United States for only $5.

FreedomPop has enjoyed spectacular success since its founding. The company reported increases of several hundreds of thousands of new subscribers every quarter. Its Chief Executive Officer, Stephen Stokols, who also helped co-found the company, indicated that FreedomPop stands to develop a customer base of over a million in 2015, if present trends continue. Today, the Internet has expanded considerably in size. People utilize computer technology as a way to communicate and share ideas around the world. Small wonder, perhaps, that FreedomPop already plans to extend its operations into Europe before the end of 2015.

The New Wi-Fi Plan

FreedomPop apparently believes that the demand for Wi-Fi access will continue to create customers for the company in the future. Reportedly, according to sources within FreedomPop, some 90% of the data transmitted over mobile phones occurs through the use of wireless. FreedomPop’s current market for Wi-Fi stretches across 65% to 90% of the major urban areas. The company hopes to expand its 10 million hot spot offering sometimes during the first half of the year. Soon, it plans to offer its users access to some 25 million hot spots, a very large number of sites.

FreedomPop currently provides Wi-Fi access at a number of fast food and retail outlets. This fact has caused widespread speculation that the company has partnered with other firms, although not much information is available on this point. FreedomPop currently furnishes its wireless service through its Android app. Reportedly, the provider is working to develop an app for iPhone users, also. As more wireless hot spots develop around the world, carriers such as FreedomPop appear poised to become significant players in the ISP marketplace of the future.

QNet’s Big Marketing Plans to Expand

Q Net is a Malaysia based multi-level marketing firm and has big plans to make India the main manufacturing hub and plans to shift all of its production there. The plans are in action and are to produce the items from consumer goods in India. Suresh Thimir is the CEO of the franchise in India. They were already producing watches, but have now expanded their goods and are producing the energy drink, Nutriplus, in India. If they move the production to India, then their costs will be lower and that is a huge benefit. Growth has been seen to sky rocket 100 per cents in the last year and the future is looking even better.

There are even plans to give a platform for Indians so they can discover and develop. The way the process is working currently is if anyone in India has a product that passes the quality test then a platform will be given for the sale of the product. There are some things that Dave Osh, global CEO stated needs to be addressed such as the lacking of guidelines in the multi-level marketing sector of India lacks.

QNet’s main goal at the moment is to get a regulator to govern the direct selling business. There is a need for the laws to be clean and easy to understand because the industry of direct selling in India is growing by the day. There is hope that the government will consider legislation from other countries with the same problem and to make sure that all businesses interests are best served.

QNet also has other marketing strategies that depend on independent representatives to refer their products. With out the independent representatives there would not be such a high volume of referrals. QNet just wants to make sure the rules and regulations are easy to understand and are followed.