Ting wireless network services are provided on the Nationwide Sprint Network*.

Calling while outside the US?


What can I expect in terms of signal strength and coverage from Ting?

The map above is a strong indication of what you can expect from Ting. You will generally experience good reception in areas listed as "Good" or "Best" in the map above. You may experience weaker reception in other areas.

We also suggest that all new customers have a look at third party coverage maps. Here are a couple we recommend: Sensorly, RootMetrics, and Open Signal

Does Ting charge domestic roaming fees?

No! Ting does not charge any additional fees for domestic voice roaming (although you may see a roaming indicator on your phone in some locations).

Currently Ting does not offer domestic data roaming.

What about international coverage?
If you are planning to use your phone outside of the USA you should check out these two pages outlining our coverage and rates: Traveling outside the USA & International Calling
What kind of coverage will I get with Ting?

Ting wireless network services are provided on the Nationwide Sprint Network*. Ting customers have access to voice and data service that covers more than 282 million people.

Does my device type affect my coverage?
Yes. Certain phones and devices will have a stronger antenna than others, which will definitely play a role in the signal strength you receive. We recommend researching our various devices to determine which one will fit your needs.
What is the difference in data speeds for 3G, 4G and 4G LTE?
Data Connection4G LTE4G (WiMax)3G
Upload2-3 MbpsUp to 1.5 Mbps350-500 Kbps
Download6-8 Mbps3-6 Mbps600 Kbps - 1.4 Mbps
Peak25 MbpsMore than 10 Mbps3.1 Mbps
I'm in an area with no coverage. Can I sign up for Ting?

Unfortunately, there are some areas in the USA where we're unable to provide service. If your address falls outside of our coverage area, you will be unable to sign up for Ting.