FreedomPop Intended International Expansion Through VC Funds

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RCR Wireless through its weekly episode of Career Wrap interviewed Stephen Stokols, the CEO and co-founder of mobile virtual network operator FreedomPop. The interview can be found on http://www.rcrwireless.com/20160309/carriers/freedompop-rides-vc-funds-towards-expansion-tag2, where Stokols provides an insight on how their business model works and the plans that the company has for the future and how it is able to survive in a highly competitive market. RCR Wireless also gave a detailed analysis of FreedomPop intended expansion. Mobile Virtual Network Operator runs on a cellular service that is provided by Sprint. MVNO has been instrumental in promoting domestic and international expansion plans.

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