FreedomPop Grabs Momentum With Excellent Mobile Carrier Platform

In the search for savings many people are looking to their phone bill as a way out. Unfortunately, most mobile carriers don’t really seem interested in making their plans affordable to the every day American. Perhaps that is why a little company by the name of FreedomPop has been growing in size and surging in popularity of late. FreedomPop, based out of Los Angeles and rapidly expanding around the globe, is a ‘freemium’ phone company. What is a ‘freemium’ phone company? Well, you’ll find out some more in this FreedomPop review.


When CEO Stephen Stokols decided to really push FreedomPop he knew one thing: he’d have to make he company pop out of the crowd. People don’t switch away from established phone companies for no reason. So in order to to try and change the industry Stokols would establish FreedomPop as a ‘freemium‘ phone carrier. This means that customers can sign up for FreedomPop’s basic plan for absolutely free. The base plan for FreedomPop includes 200 minutes of talk, 500 MB of mobile 4G data and as many text messages as you might want to send. There are no contracts with a FreedomPop core plan and you will never be charged a single thing — unless you go over your data and voice limits.


FreedomPop couldn’t just rest on their laurels if they wanted to change the game in a big way. So FreedomPop decided to go ahead and try to start implementing some enticing plans to get people interested in upgrading. It was Stephen Stokol’s belief that FreedomPop could serve as a sort of digital buffet for people looking to tailor make their own, perfect and customized phone plan. That is why you’ll see upgraded features like the unlimited hotspot WiFi usage for just $5 per month. FreedomPop established hotspots throughout the United States, literally millions of locations, for the usage of their paying customers.


What there is to like about FreedomPop is simple: it’s a free, no risk or obligation, way to get a smart phone plan that is right for you. There are numerous updates and upgrades available and even premium plans that more resemble the traditional mobile carrier path. The ‘premium’ plan, which includes unlimited talk and text as well as 2GB of mobile 4G data, is only $19.99 for example. Thanks to clever production plans FreedomPop is able to pass on incredible savings straight to the customer.

Shopping Online Just Got Easier With Slyce

Slyce created a really nice product recognition AI that people can use to find something based on only a picture, and they were really smart to purchase Pounce so they could link it with a shopping app. Shopping online is so very simple because people can take pictures that go right into the app, and then they will see thousands of results for that one picture. Slyce basically does everything for the user, and it helps people who are not even sure what they are looking at.

The app at Pounce uses the Slyce technology to create search results, and it shows people what they have taken a picture of. They can learn quickly what it really is, and then they will see all the shopping options for that item. The shopping options for the item will have different prices and be on different sites that are all easy to access. It is very easy for people to get the item when they click to buy in the browser, and they can get it so much faster than they ever did before.

It is far too hard to describe something that goes into a web search, but the Pounce app uses technology created by Slyce to find the item everywhere it is out there. It will even give alternatives to make sure that the person who has serious shopping needs can find what they want. It is easy to make a purchase when there are so many results, and it skips over the problems that people usually have when they get stuck during a search.

No one should have to spend all their time online looking for something specific to buy, and they need to make sure that they have a chance to get the help they need. It is so much easier for people to get the help they need with just one picture in the Pounce app, and they will find it to be a lot simpler than sitting at the computer for hours. There are good pricing options, and there are even better pricing choices for someone who wants to save money.

Securus Announces The Findings of Louisiana PSC Investigation

Securus Technologies is an American for-profit prison technology company based out of Dallas, Texas. Founded in 1986, Securus Technologies serves more than 3,000 public safety, corrections and law enforcement agencies spread out over a million inmates in North America. Securus Technologies serves by providing emergency response, public information, bio-metric analysis, communication and information management products to help make the world safer.
Recently as reported by PR Newswire, Securus Technologies announced that a release of different reports, facts, and articles will highlight wrongdoings and breaches by provider Global Tel Link. Securus Technologies is looking at multiple issues of wrongdoings by Global Tel Link in a series of press releases. The goal of Securus America Technologies is to force Global Tel Link into acting with higher and better integrity.

The first press release by Securus involves a page order by the Louisiana Public Service Commission regarding Global Tel Link’s actions when they served the Louisiana Department of Corrections while providing outbound telecom services to hundreds of inmates.

The Louisiana Public Service Commission investigated Global Tel Link and their findings showed that Global Tel Link unlawfully programmed the clocks in their telephones to add either 15 or 36 seconds to the duration of each call. Global Tel Link programmed its telephones to rate calls at higher rates than permitted under the tariffs. Global Tel Link was unauthorized to engage in the practice of billing a single call multiple times. The Louisiana Public Service Commission also found that Global Tel Link inflated charges to its customers through unnecessary add on programs. The Louisiana Public Service Commission ruled that Louisiana taxpayers were overcharged by Global Tel Link by over $1,0000,000.

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Coriant’s CEO, Shaygan Kheradpir


Shaygan Kheradpir is reported to have been appointed the CEO and Board Chairman of the company Coriant in late September of 2015. Kheradpir previously was an Operating Partner at Marlin Equity Partners earlier last year. It was during his time at Marlin Equity Partners that Kheradpir formed a close working relationship with Coriant’s senior management team. His appointment to Coriant is the latest achievement of Kheradpir’s twenty eight years of career experience.
Prior to Kheradpir’s appointment to Coriant, Kheradpir started his career by working at GTE laboratories in 1987. Starting in the network routing and management department, Kheradpir later became the CEO. More recently, Kheradpir served as both the CTO and CIO at Verizon for over a decade (he served from January 2000 until December 2010). After leaving Verizon, Kheradpir join Barclays Bank as the COO in January 2011 (he held the post of COO until January 2014). Kheradpir then left Barclays Bank in January 2014 and joined Juniper Networks as the CEO (he remained CEO until November 2014). Finally, Kheradpir joined Marlin Equity Partners as an Operating Partner before his appointment at Coriant.
Kheradpir’s appointment as CEO of Coriant is a strategic move to grow the company. Coriant supplies solutions to network operations in more than one hundred countries around the world. Kheradpir is the most qualified man for the job because he has over twenty eight years of experience in leadership positions. An impressive education rounds out his qualifications. Kheradpir holds a bachelor’s, master’s, and doctorate degree in electrical engineering from Cornell University. During his tenure at Barclays Bank, Kheradpir helped develop the Pingit mobile payments software. After leaving Barclays Bank, he helped develop the Operating Plan at Juniper Networks. Aside from his educational and career achievements, Kheradpir also holds many patents ranging from telecommunications to payment systems.
In conclusion, Kheradpir’s many years of experience in telecommunications, banking, and financial services will benefit Coriant. Kheradpir’s impressive career is a testament to his success and knowledge in the various fields he has been a part of for almost three decades. Outside of his career, such as his education and achievements, his many patents add to why Kheradpir may be the perfect man for the job as CEO and Board Chairman of Coriant.

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