Tag Archive: Ting


Mint Mobile makes more sense than Ting if you need data

Plan ahead Mint Mobile

From $ 15 per month at Mint Mobile

Pros Lots of data Unlimited calls and texts Compatible with most phones Discounts in bulk Cons Must buy in bulk Only one network

Buy in bulk to save money for service on T-Mobile’s network with Mint Mobile. Buy service with data in 3GB, 8GB, or 12GB chunks per month and save more when you buy more months in advance. Calls and texts are unlimited,  [Read More…]

Ting Buyer’s Guide

Many people know about the big name wireless service providers of Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint. This is for good reason – they advertise everywhere and they basically own the airwaves.

What about those random brands that you might have seen in the store but don’t really know? What’s the difference between them and the more popular carriers? Are they a risk or gamble?

Cheap cell phone plans that use the T-Mobile network Cheap cell phone plans that use the  [Read More…]

Stop overpaying for data you never use — try Ting instead!

You have enough worries, so how much your phone bill is going to cost this month shouldn’t be one of them. That’s the idea behind Ting Mobile, a mobile phone carrier that’s doing things differently. If you’ve ever complained about how little control you have over your monthly cell phone bill, Ting Mobile could be perfect for you.

We all know that unlimited isn’t really a thing. If it were, wireless carriers wouldn’t offer so many plans with so-called  [Read More…]

Ting Buyer’s Guide

Many people know about the big name wireless service providers of Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint. This is for good reason – they advertise everywhere and they basically own the airwaves.

What about those random brands that you might have seen in the store but don’t really know? What’s the difference between them and the more popular carriers? Are they a risk or gamble?

Cheap cell phone plans that use the T-Mobile network Cheap cell phone plans that use the  [Read More…]

Ting deals, rate plans, phones, and info for July 2019

Many people know about the big name wireless service providers of Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint. This is for good reason – they advertise everywhere and they basically own the airwaves.

What about those random brands that you might have seen in the store but don’t know? What’s the difference between them and the more popular carriers? Are they a risk or gamble?

Let’s take a look at a relatively newer carrier, Ting. This guide will serve to help you  [Read More…]

Ting Buyer’s Guide (June 2019)

Many people know about the big name wireless service providers of Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint. This is for good reason – they advertise everywhere and they basically own the airwaves.

What about those random brands that you might have seen in the store but don’t know? What’s the difference between them and the more popular carriers? Are they a risk or gamble?

Let’s take a look at a relatively newer carrier, Ting. This guide will serve to help you  [Read More…]

Deal: Get big data on the cheap from Ting, TPO, and Mint SIM!

If you’re looking to get some great data plans without shelling out a ton of cash, TPO, Ting and Mint SIM have you covered!

TPO (The People’s Operator)

Unlimited talk & text, plus 4GB for $ 45/mo.

TPO is offering unlimited talk & text plus 4G of data/month for $ 45 (with autopay). With TPO, you can choose Sprint or Nationwide GSM network for coverage, plus 10% of your bill goes towards a charity of your choice.  [Read More…]

Ting data now only $10 per gigabyte after first

Wireless service provider Ting today dropped the price of its data to a mere $ 10 per gigabyte, making plans more affordable for its customers. Specifically, this is the cost of data after the first gigabyte. At just $ 10 a gig beyond the first, Ting’s pay-for-what-you-use approach is the best choice for most American cell phone users. –

Ting launches open beta for its GSM network

Ting‘s GSM network, which it announced late last year, has officially entered into an open beta. Previously, customers could test the network out on an invite-only basis.

Ting announces GSM support for 2015; T-Mobile is secret partner

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Ting, the MVNO operating off the backs of Sprint’s network, is about get much more interesting in the coming year. The carrier today confirmed the upcoming support for unlocked GSM handsets. Set to take effect in February, Ting’s not yet ready to announce its partner. Not to worry, though, a quick peek at the source code of the site names T-Mobile.

Once enabled, Ting will  [Read More…]