Smartwatch WCDMA

Charles aol MorganCharles aol Morgan Posts: 4FreedomPop Newbie
I have recently seen some smartwatches with WCDMA capability. Is it possible that you will support these in the future?
I would wish for a plan that offers cell calling and texting. No data would be necessary as browsing on one would be less than optimal to say the least.
I currently have a GSM one that is working great but would like a CDMA/WCDMA one also.

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  • Ryan Radford 2Ryan Radford 2 Posts: 633FreedomPop Newbie ✭✭✭
    WCDMA is used for GSM devices and devices that are WCDMA are incompatible with CDMA networks
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  • weanutweanut Posts: 309FreedomPop Newbie, FreedomPop Expert ✭✭✭
    also @Charles aol Morgan freedompop is a voip service, not cellular. they offer a great unlimited talk/text plan which you can use with wif, as well as unlimited talk, text & data if you need service off wifi. although now that they have premium voice(which is cellular but now used only as a backup), who knows what the future will bring. i'm sure many would be interested in a smartwatch, it could happen :) thanks for the suggestion.
  • Charles aol MorganCharles aol Morgan Posts: 4FreedomPop Newbie
    Thanks. @Ryan Radford and @weanut . My Aplus GV18 is a great little device. I put it on T-mobile because I get a $10/m discount on it for having voice service also. Brings it down to $5/m. Texting is basic, no MMS but it runs about 4 days on a charge! Of course free would be better lol.
    I still use my FP Galaxy's (S4, S3, Tab 3) and about 4 other devices have been given to kids and grandkids.
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