Mobal Freedom hasn’t ignored this consumer void. Instead of offering contracts that force customers to pay for the very things they aren’t using, they have developed plans that let the customer decide what they want and what they don’t.
New York, NY (PRWEB UK) 28 June 2012
It wasn’t long ago that the saying, “I spend a lot of time on my cell phone,” meant one thing and one thing only: you were making phone calls. Whether it was for personal or business reasons, you were actually speaking to someone else.
Today, that’s no longer the case. In fact, as recent trends have shown, it seldom means that at all. People are certainly spending more time on their phones than ever before, but very little of that time has anything to do with the traditional phone call. In the face of that, the biggest wireless carriers in the U.S. are trying to find ways to keep their customers paying for a service they don’t use nearly as much anymore.
Mobal Freedom wants to put the control of your cell phone service back in the hands of the customer.
Carriers Maximizing Profits
According to a recent article in the Wall Street Journal, consumer time spent making the venerable old telephone call has dropped annually since the advent of the iPhone. Now people are using text messaging to communicate and using the rest of their cell phone time for everything else the smart phone is capable of. Customers expect this change in usage to be reflected in their plans, with costs leaning more towards their data usage than phone calls. Carriers are looking at unlimited call plans to satisfy demand.
Where is the Freedom?
But there is a big problem. As carriers try to find ways to maximize profits and keep their base customers happy, a large percentage of the population is feeling left out in the cold. There are a number of users who have little need for an unlimited call plan, don’t care that much about text messaging, and have no use for accessing the internet on their daily lunch break. These people still see the cell phone as little more than a necessary evil: great for emergencies and those few times you need to send a quick text, but not useful beyond that. Unfortunately, when these people sign up for major carriers, they have to pay for the same exorbitant plans as people who rarely spend a full minute without their phones.
A New Way of Doing Business
Mobal Freedom hasn’t ignored this consumer void. Instead of offering contracts that force customers to pay for the very things they aren’t using, they have developed plans that let the customer decide what they want and what they don’t. Additionally, they have taken the contract out of the works, which gives customers an added level of freedom. Starting with a $0 a month plan, Mobal gives customers absolute choice when it comes to making calls, sending text messages and surfing the Web. From there, they offer several additional plans, each of which gives you inclusive minutes that can be used however you see fit.
Free Yourself of Restrictions
It’s not only wrong to make customers pay for services they won’t use, it’s a faulty business model that will almost surely see a backlash. With Mobal Freedom, that way of doing business is thrown out. With monthly plans, flexible free minutes, and flat rates for interstate long distance, the choice for those fed up with the big carrier contracts is clear. Sign up today and you’ll be protected by a 60 day money-back guarantee, meaning you are free to try the service with absolutely no risk. Stop paying for the average Joe’s cell phone usage and start paying for yours alone with a no contract cell phone plan from Mobal Freedom.
Mobal Freedom provides cell phone service to residents of the U.S. via a selection of no contract cell phone plans starting from $0 per month. Mobal Freedom is a division of Mobal Communications, which was established in 1995. For more information on the company and the new $0/month plan, call 888-449-8168, email the customer sales team at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit http://www.mobalfreedom.com