USA: Kostenfreie SIM für Daten

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eingestellt am 9. Mai
Hallo zusammen,
kann mir jemand bei dieser Frage weiterhelfen: Es gibt in den USA doch einen Anbieter der analog zu Netzclub x00 MB pro Monat kostenfrei hat und wo man das indem man Freunde einlädt auf bis zu einen Gigabyte erweitern kann. Leider finde ich die Seite partout nicht und komme auch nicht mehr auf den Namen.
Vielleich weiß es ja einer aus dem Forum und kann mir helfen?
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Das ist auch schon vorbei mit dem Freunde werben. Ich verstehe echt nicht, warum man nicht 15 bzw. 20$ für eine vrnüntige Sim und Tarif ausgeht. Diese Ausgabe ist im Verhältnis zu ihrer WIchtigkeit SO klein, dass man darüber überhauot nicht diskutieren muss.
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FreedomPop? Habe ich zumindest auf die Schnelle bei Google gefunden, weil es mich interessiert hat
Nicht empfehlenswert: undurchsichtig, wechselhaft, unerreichbar, hinterhältig, abbuchungsfreudig, grenz ab Betrug.

"FreedomPop has shady practices when it comes to billing. There are no human customer service and there are no ways to remove your credit card information from it's database. Your information stays there even after you cancel your account and they will charge your credit card after you no longer have service with them.

In 2018, two years old accounts that were never activated started receiving charges of about $30 a month through PayPal. Even accounts that never received service were charged. No email notifying the changes was ever provided.

Another example is that Freedompop does not list upgrade costs explicitly. According to FreedomPop's own support page, if you sign up for the $20/ month, 2GB plan and you have already passed 15 days out of your 30 day billing cycle, you will be charged $10 and you will get just 1GB. When your 30 day billing cycle is completely over, you will be charged the full $20 and you will get the full 2GBs of data.[67] In practice, when a user try to upgrade a $25 2GB plan with (2GB consumed) to a $30 3GB plan 15 days into the billing cycle, FreedomPop will charge users $15 (half of $30) and grant the user an additional 1GB. The end result would be the user pays $55 in a 30-day bill cycle, but gets only 3GB data in total. That is done all without telling the user explicitly about the cost, and there was no way to get any refund not even if the user is willing to revert to the 2GB plan. There is also no documentation on such billing practices, the customer service would not explain how things work and just say the billing is correct. The users are left alone in trying to understand what was going on.

Merely disputing a FreedomPop charge by filing a complaint with your financial institution results in the summary termination of the user's services altogether as described on their support webpage: "Unfortunately, filing a dispute claim is a violation of the Terms of Service agreement and you will not be able to continue services."

FreedomPop does not send notifications regarding renewal billing prices or dates.

FreedomPop also requires a payment account and requires auto credit top up that can be turned off but requires a $5.00 charge. (2018 updated to $20.00 charge.)

If you are a new member you need to downgrade from its services and downgrade your plan in order to not be charged and turn top up off too. If you are a current member and wish to downgrade you there will be $20.00 charge and no refund of any Premium Service payment.

FreedomPop provides poor services and a custom service through email that has no power to help their customers when it comes to billing. With many unhappy customers and nowhere to officially voice their opinions, they turn to places like Apple's App Store to post negative comments about their fraud-like business practices.[69] " (Wikipedia)
Das ist auch schon vorbei mit dem Freunde werben. Ich verstehe echt nicht, warum man nicht 15 bzw. 20$ für eine vrnüntige Sim und Tarif ausgeht. Diese Ausgabe ist im Verhältnis zu ihrer WIchtigkeit SO klein, dass man darüber überhauot nicht diskutieren muss.
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