Our Ting Internet pricing promise
Christine Ottoni • October 2, 2019if( has_post_thumbnail( $post_id ) ): ?>
What do you pay for Internet access at home?
Unless you’re already a Ting Internet customer (thanks!) it’s safe to assume it’s not the price you thought you were signing up for.
Ting Internet costs $89 a month. You can own the needed network gear for $199 or rent for $9/mo. You’ll pay any applicable taxes too. Otherwise, $89 is the all-in cost. No tricks, no introductory pricing, no charging for things that should be included and no price creep.
We don’t think crazy fast, reliable Internet access is a luxury item. We think of fiber as needed infrastructure to keep up.
Here’s the deal, in all of our Ting Towns, since we started providing gigabit Internet speeds, we’ve never increased our prices. We don’t lock our customers into contracts or plans and we don’t charge hefty termination fees if you’re moving or want to stop using Ting. It just feels plain wrong. We don’t pull underhanded tricks or otherwise meddle with your bill in the hopes that you won’t notice.
Fiber as a utility
We’re committed to building and servicing fiber networks across the US. Fiber brings homes and businesses up to speed with the fastest, most reliable Internet available. Great Internet isn’t a luxury item, it’s a necessary utility that supports a strong economy and high quality of life.
We’re committed to the principles of net neutrality and a free and open Internet. What does that mean? We don’t (and won’t ever) block, throttle or otherwise interfere with your Internet connection to push you towards or restrict your access to specific brands, services and products. Again, it just feels wrong.
So, what does $89/mo get you?
Unfettered Internet access at the fastest speeds available today, 1000 Mbps symmetrical upload and download speeds. It gets you Internet that’s a truly reliable utility: something that works all the time, without you ever thinking about it, so you can carry on with your life.
If you want to hear more, check out this post about Ting Mobile pricing from our VP, Michael Goldstein, where he talks about some of the things we don’t and won’t do. We carry these values over to Ting Internet and to every town where we build and service fiber networks.