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Five ways to refer a friend to Ting

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The Ting Refer a Friend program gives you a unique referral link that offers new customers $25 off their bill or $25 off a new phone in the Ting Shop. You’ll get $50 off your bill after your first successful referral, and $25 off your bill for each referral after that.

Perhaps you’ve found some success getting your mom and dad to switch to Ting, or maybe your siblings or a couple friends. While word of mouth is a great way to get Ting referral credit, there’s many ways to share, from posting testimonials to commenting on reddit.

Five things iPhone can do that Android can’t

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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.

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Why iPhone users stick around and keep buying Apple

While the launch of the iPhone X had Apple fans rejoicing, it left many Android users left thinking, Really?

With a hefty price tag and some competitive Android phones in the sub $200 range, what gives? Why do iPhone users stay so loyal to Apple year after year?

Ting’s holiday gift guide

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Our holiday gift guide for tech geeks

As the holiday season approaches, it’s time to start thinking about the tech lovers on your list. Here are a few of our favorite gadget-related gifts and stand-out stocking stuffers that won’t break the bank.

Five things Android can do that iPhone can’t

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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.

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Five things Android can do that iPhone users can’t

If you haven’t already pledged your allegiance to team Android, maybe this article will pull you away from your precious Apple device. We’re going to let you in on five things Android phones can do that iPhone can’t.

All joking aside, there’s a bunch of things Android can do that iPhone users can only dream of doing.

We’ll walk you through some of our favorite and most useful Android features that Apple doesn’t offer on the iPhone: displaying two apps on screen, home screen customization, flexible file managers, guest mode and extra storage.

Get the GlassWire app to track and monitor mobile data on your Android phone

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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.

Get the GlassWire Data Usage Monitor for your Android phone

GlassWireThe GlassWire Data Usage Monitor app is a nifty tool that helps you monitor your mobile data use and your Wi-Fi use.

GlassWire is free in the Google Play Store. Give the app a try and see what apps are using your Internet connection and/or wasting your mobile data.

GlassWire is easy to navigate and has colorful charts and graphics that help you understand what your phone’s system and apps are really up to.

We’ll take you through some of the different data monitoring options and views in GlassWire and help you get some insight into your usage. You can also use GlassWire to make a mobile data saving plan and set up customized alerts.

Stay on the lookout for these phishing red flags

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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.

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Get educated on the basics of phishing

With phishing scams becoming more commonplace every day, it’s best to brush up on major phishing red flags so you can spot a suspicious email when it lands in your inbox.

Phishing is an attempt to get hold of personal, financial or otherwise sensitive information like account numbers, usernames and passwords. A successful phishing scheme will get people to volunteer information by camouflaging itself as a routine communication, often an email message, from a trusted source like a bank or a colleague.

Phishing emails and messages can have all the look and feel of a regular communication, but there are a few giveaways to look out for. Never volunteer to share personal information like passwords, usernames, account numbers or work log in credentials through email. If something ever feels phishy (as it were), chances are it is.

Here are some common red flags that may indicate an email or message isn’t what it seems.