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How to 3D print your own unique fidget spinner

 

What can we say about fidget spinners that hasn’t already been said?

I mean, not much… but let’s talk about 3D printing your own custom fidget spinner, step by step.

Ten things every new Ting customer should know

new ting customers

Whether you’re a new Ting customer or you’re thinking about making the switch, there are a few things you should know about us. Instead of picking a plan or paying exorbitant fees for unlimited, you simply pay a fair rate for your minutes, messages and data at the end of the month. Flexible pricing is the smarter choice for mobile, but a rarity in the American mobile industry.

Since Ting does mobile differently, you may still have some questions about how to make the most of your cell phone service with Ting. We decided to ask our customers about the one thing every new Ting customer (or someone interested in switching to Ting) should know and received a ton of responses – check out the Facebook post here.

From compatibility to authenticity, our customers had a lot of advice for Ting newcomers. We’ve shared ten of our favorites below.

 


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Make a custom ringtone for Android and iPhone

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Quick tips to get the most from your phone, your favorite apps and your Ting service. No fluff. Just the tips.

Today, we’re going to show you how to make a custom ringtone using your favorite song. You can set up cool, custom sounds for all your incoming messages, alerts, phone calls and even your morning alarm. Maybe your default ring (yes, iPhone people, that one) just feels somewhat lackluster these days. Maybe you’re obsessed with The Final Countdown and you want to wake up to that glorious air guitar anthem every morning.

Whatever the reason, we’re going to make it easy to do.

Limit background data usage with Data Saver

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Quick tips to get the most from your phone, your favorite apps and your Ting service. No fluff. Just the tips.

Data Saver in Android Nougat

Lowering your monthly data usage gets easier and easier.

Android’s latest operating system, 7.0 Nougat, includes a new Data saver toggle that sits inside the Android Settings menu.

Data saver is a brand new feature that, when you’re connected to mobile data, limits background processes so apps can only use a small amount of cellular data when the app isn’t explicitly opened. This means you’ll still get email updates, Facebook messages and other data-related notifications when Data saver is enabled, you’ll just see them less frequently than before. Once you’re back on a Wi-Fi connection, things resume to normal. You’ll receive all your notifications and updates the second they happen.

Say goodbye to apps that use 200 MB of mobile data in the background without your knowledge. Say hello to a lower phone bill if you’re with a pay for what you use provider like Ting.

Six things you can do right now to spring clean your smartphone

Spring clean your phone

Your once shiny, spiffy smartphone has become sluggish. It doesn’t feel like it did when you first pulled it out of the box. It’s not your imagination: Smartphone slowdown is real. While you may never quite recapture the feeling you had on day one, we can help combat smartphone slowdown with a few spring cleaning tips. Cut the clutter and put a spring back in your smartphone’s step.

Phones tend to accumulate a lot of junk, such as downloads, apps, pictures, videos, music, etc. These six ideas will help you shed what you don’t need and may give your old phone a new lease on life.

Four ways to free up space on your iPhone

 

Constantly finding yourself running out of space on your iPhone? No more apps to delete? Never fear, Ting is here!

Clean up your iPhone storage with these four unique tricks. While some of these might seem bizarre and the results may vary, they totally work.

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