FreedomPop will also sell prepaid wireless data plans that Miller says will be priced "significantly lower" than existing prepaid and contract plans on the market. Prices vary, but AT&T charges $50 per month for a two-year contract that gives users five gigabytes of data for use with a USB modem or mobile hotspot, while smart phone plans include a three-gigabyte option that costs $30 per month. On the prepaid side, the company's GoPhone service offers 500 megabytes of phone data for $25. Miller says FreedomPop expects most of its revenue will actually come from services it will offer on top of the Internet access....Brian Rich, a partner at venture capital firm Catalyst Investors, which has invested in Clearwire, says FreedomPop is a clever idea, as it's taking advantage of the capacity offered by Clearwire's network, which is less constrained that the networks of AT&T and Verizon Wireless.
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