You don’t need to choose any plan. Just use what you need and Ting will bill you in separate tiers for your minutes, messages and data, which are adjusted month-to-month to match your actual usage. Ting lets you set alerts and usage caps for different devices on one account, if you want to limit your usage.
Ting allows you to combine multiple phones on one plan for just $6 a month per device. This allows you to share your minutes, messages, and megabytes across multiple phones. All devices can be managed from one dashboard, and GSM and CDMA devices can be used together under one account.
Ting monthly plans include the following freebies:
Ting service is provided on the Nationwide Sprint Network for voice and 4G LTE data.
Ting now offers domestic coverage on a nationwide GSM network in open beta. It covers 3G, HSPA and LTE data.
Ting will pay up to 25% of your ETF if you switch, up to $75 per device. Must port-in your mobile number and send your final bill from your carrier.
On the GSM network, you can bring an already unlocked GSM phone to Ting and purchase a Ting GSM X1 SIM card.
On the CDMA network, you can bring most Sprint devices to Ting and Sprint network compatible iPhone 5c, 5s, 6 and 6 Plus devices are now able to be activated on Ting.
An extra $25 discount for WhistleOut users who transit from our site to Ting will be applied on all phones.
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|Plan||Ting M Monthly Plan||-||$9.00|
|Fees||International calling per minute||-||-|
|Monthly Device Fee||-||$6.00|
|Deal||Limited-time Offer! Get an additional 2GB data for FREE when you activate two or more lines on a new Ting account or add a line to your existing account. You will receive 1GB of data in November and another in December.||-||-|
|Additional minutes||$0.02 per minute|
|Text messages||$0.00 each|
|Picture messages||$0.00 each|
|Excess data||$0.023 per MB|
|100MB Pack||$3 per month||100MB||$12 per 500MB|
|500MB Pack||$10 per month||500MB||$10 per 1GB|
|1000MB Pack||$16 per month||1GB||$10 per 1GB|
|2000MB Pack||$20 per month||2GB||$0.015 per MB|
|2000MB Pack + 1000 MB extra||$30 per month||3GB||$0.015 per MB|
|2000MB Pack + 2000 MB extra||$40 per month||4GB||$0.015 per MB|
|2000MB Pack + 3000 MB extra||$50 per month||5GB||$0.015 per MB|
|2000MB Pack + 4000 MB extra||$60 per month||6GB||$0.015 per MB|
|2000MB Pack + 5000 MB extra||$70 per month||7GB||$0.015 per MB|
|2000MB Pack + 6000 MB extra||$80 per month||8GB||$0.015 per MB|
|2000MB Pack + 7000 MB extra||$90 per month||9GB||$0.015 per MB|
|2000MB Pack + 8000 MB extra||$100 per month||10GB||$0.015 per MB|
|Ting 100 Message Pack||$3 per month||100||-|
|Ting 1000 Message Pack||$5 per month||1,000||-|
|Ting 2000 Message Pack||$8 per month||2,000||-|
|Ting 4800 Message Pack||$11 per month||4,000||-|
Launched in February 2012, Ting started its new wireless service providing an innovative contract-free service. The new idea from this provider is a “pay for what you use” approach, using a different method to pricing than the major providers. It means that customers don’t need to pick a plan but just use what they need and Ting will charge them only for what their usage is at the end of the billing cycle.
Ting offers flexible monthly rates with a pricing in separate tiers for minutes, messages and data, which are adjusted month-to-month to match the actual usage. It is possible to add an unlimited number of phones on one Ting account, and each device contributes to the total of minutes, messages and megabytes.
Ting runs on the Sprint CDMA, 3G, 4G WiMAX, and 4G LTE nationwide network. It also offers free voice roaming on compatible CDMA networks (Verizon and Metro PCS). You can bring your own Sprint phone to Ting.
Ting also provides GSM (powered by T-Mobile) wireless service on a nationwide 3G, HSPA and LTE network. Features offered include 3-way calling, caller ID, hotspot, call forwarding and more. At this moment in time, customers can bring their own unlocked GSM phone to Ting.
For mobile options, there is the choice of buying a new or used device from Ting, or Bringing Your Own Device and activating it with Ting if it is an Android, iPhone or Windows Phone. Overall, Ting offers great rates and an even better customer service/support staff. Ting may be a better option if you are looking to share multiple devices or customize exactly what you want with consumer friendly rates and no contracts.
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Fact: Ting's business model is geared towards making less money from their customers than other carriers, but providing them with the kind of service that ensures loyalty. Learn more about Ting via our carrier review.