Kirkland, WA (PRWEB) February 06, 2015
A smartphone bill with a zero monthly balance may sound too good to be true but a new App is turning that fantasy into a reality. FreeMō (http://www.getfreemo.com) places such bill nullification capability directly into mobile phone subscribers’ hands, allowing them to reduce their monthly cost to nothing simply by putting their bored moments, rapid transit delays and doctor’s office waiting times to good use. FreeMō will initially be available for Android phones on the trusted Sprint LTE network and will then expand to iOS and additional carriers.
According to an October 2012 “Time” (http://business.time.com/2012/10/18/47-a-month-why-youre-probably-paying-double-the-average-cell-phone-bill/) magazine article, “46% of Americans [surveyed] with mobile phones said their monthly bill was $100 or more, and 13% said their monthly bill topped $200 per month.” Just five months later, CNN Money warned that 4G could lead to even bigger smartphone bills, to the tune of an additional $40 per month in just five years’ time.
While most consumers believe that they must just sit back and accept these skyrocketing costs, a new App is offering them a proactive way to not only do something about this upward trend but actually trounce it. A direct download to mobile devices, the FreeMō app offers subscribers a means of driving their bills down to zero instead of elevating them. And because FreeMō operates under the Sprint network, subscribers will continue to enjoy the fast photo-uploading, web-surfing and video streaming speeds they are used to thanks to Sprint’s 4G LTE.
When an individual downloads the FreeMō app, he or she will enjoy a full-screen experience, not a browser add-on. The app entitles downloaders to 500 free talk minutes, 500 free texts and 250 MBs of data. Non-obtrusive advertisements, offers and videos are built into the app, the viewing of which allows users to earn points for extra talk, text or data.
The choice is always the user’s when it comes to awards and how much interaction he or she engages in with the location- and interest-targeted ads, videos and offers the app provides. Subscribers can interact with the app, at times when it is most convenient for them, in exchange for bonus talk, text and data. However, the ads can always be circumvented and points can be bought outright for those individuals who prefer not to earn them.
The FreeMō app is targeted for a late 2015 release for Android users and an early 2016 launch date for iOS. It will be available for download on iTunes and at the Google Play store. The future of mobile is free, and that future is now with FreeMō.
Smartphone users who are tired of seeing their monthly bills creep higher and higher can learn more about the FreeMō app on Sprint’s 4G LTE network online at http://www.getfreemo.com. Interested media may arrange a business meeting with FreeMō management by calling (425) 280-9661.