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Freddie Figgers is an African American inventor, computer programmer, software engineer, and entrepreneur. He is the youngest person in history to hold a FCC license, which allows him to operate his own cell phone company. He started the first Black owned cellphone company in the United States.
Competing head-on with the new iPhone and other popular smart phones.
Not Just A Phone
Freddie’s company does a lot more than just develop and sell smart phones. As a telecommunications company that is directly competing with other major networks, he also offers competitive plans.
The most basic plan is for Seniors and only costs $15/month, but the plan for unlimited talk, text and 4G data is $60/month.
Freddie was abandoned at birth, but was adopted by a loving family when he was just 2-days old. At the age of 9, he received a broken computer that he was able to fix within a week. When his father developed dementia and would often wonder off and get lost, Freddie designed a smart shoe for his dad with GPS tracking and a two-way communicator.
At the age of 12, he landed his first job as a computer technician working for the city of Quincy, Florida. At the age of 15, he started his own cloud computing services company.
By the time Freddie had turned 24-years old, he had over 80 custom software programs designed, built, and executed. Even more, he had sold every one of them.
All of this led up to him eventually launching Figgers Communications, the first Black-owned telecommunications firm in the United States. He is competing with major networks like AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile. His company owns 4 utility patents and 2 design patents in the industry.
For more details about Figgers Communications, visit their site.
Tesix Wireless The First Black Woman Owned Cellphone Company
Chaymeriyia Moncrief is a tech entrepreneur from Alabama. She is the founder and CEO of prepaid wireless carrier, Tesix Wireless™ Network. She turned down a $4.4M takeover offer, raised over $5M, and ended the 2019 year with a $10M valuation. Now, she is taking on an even bigger technology sector: smartphones and electronics.
As a wireless carrier, it is ideal to sell the most popular and latest smartphones under your brand. Wanting to remain a standout Millennial focus carrier, Chaymeriyia was determined to become the first African American woman to launch her own line of smartphones, and eliminate selling other mobile brands.
With a mission to “create to inspire a forward culture,” Chaymeriyia decided to name the electronic brand NSPRE™ (Inspire) Electronics featuring smartphones and other electronics.
After nearly two years of planning, the brand’s first phone, the NSPRE™ NX Pro, is officially in production and has already sold out of its first pre-order batch. The NX Pro’s companion NX Pro Plus, Limited Edition model, is now available as the brand’s 2nd launch with only a limited 300 devices available.
The NX Pro & NX Pro Plus are internationally unlocked, and the company will ship in the U.S., Africa, Canada, and Mexico.
Moncrief is the first African-American woman to launch her own line of smartphones.
“You go in and they say your phone bill is going to be $98, but you are getting a $150 or $200 bill. I think the final straw for me was a $235 bill, and that is when I said I want my own company”.
That gave birth to Tesix Wireless, a telecommunications company that announced its launch in summer 2018. “The name [Tesix Wireless] comes from two things: Technology and sixteen because sixteen is when I started my entrepreneurship journey. The name has a personal meaning to me,” Moncrief said.