SEATTLE, March 30, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — A new Android mobile app that uses targeted advertising to eliminate consumers’ cellphone bills by passing those costs on to advertisers, FreeMo (, is available today for Android devices on Google Play and on the website. 

The average smartphone user’s cellphone bill has skyrocketed to $100 or more each month. And this number is only going up. FreeMo believes consumers, who supply valuable marketing data to advertisers when using their cellphones, deserve to be compensated for this data in the form of free or drastically reduced monthly cellphone bills.

The FreeMo App is a screensaver app that displays full-screen, high quality advertisements and local deals on users’ lock screens when the phone is locked. Downloading and maintaining the app on their smartphone entitles the user to an automatic $5 credit off their cellphone bill every 30 days. Users get another $5 credit for every person they refer that downloads and keeps the app on their phone. FreeMo works with all carriers, from pre-paid services like Boost, Metro PCS, and Virgin Mobile to post-paid carriers like T-Mobile, Sprint, AT&T, and Verizon.

FreeMo has partnered with American Consumer Surveys, Twitter, Lyft, Pandora and others to provide even more ways by which to earn credits, for example, taking surveys, downloading apps, watching videos, and redeeming coupons. Those credits can be redeemed and directly applied to the users’ cellphone bills with just a few button clicks. If the user earns enough credits, their service is free that month.

The ads displayed on each user’s screensaver are specifically targeted to that user. The user chooses from several preference-based categories in the app so the ads on their screensaver are relevant and interesting to them.

The future of mobile is free, and that future begins now with FreeMo.

Android smartphone users can learn more about their future of no monthly cellphone bills at Interested media may arrange a meeting with FreeMo by calling (844) 693-7336.


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