What is Ting Mobile? Learn more about Ting
Andrew Moore-Crispin • November 14, 2017if( has_post_thumbnail( $post_id ) ): ?>
What is Ting Mobile?
Ting is a no-contract carrier that offers pay for what you use rates as opposed to requiring customers to select a plan. In this way, mobile isn’t a high fixed cost; a Ting customer’s bill can vary with how much they use each month. As a result, the average bill on Ting is just $23 per month. You can save $25 to get started with the promo code offered at try.ting.com
How is Ting coverage?
Ting offers excellent coverage, nationwide. With three LTE networks, there’s never been a better time to bring your phone over to Ting. Check your phone to see if you can join Ting and start saving on your bills. Find out which network is right for you; check out our coverage map.
What phones work on Ting?
Most LTE-capable unlocked phones will work on Ting, owing to the fact that Ting offers coverage on three nationwide networks. The latest iPhone, Samsung Galaxy Pixel and many other flagships work on Ting, as do modern entry-level flip phones as well as entry-level and mid-range smartphones like Motorola’s Moto E, G, X and Z ranges, to name a few. To be safe, don’t forget to use that compatibility checker though!
How much does Ting cost?
Because Ting doesn’t offer plans, a monthly bill on Ting can vary. Ting offers account admin control that lets customers set limits on how much a given phone can use in a given month. The answer, then, is that Ting costs whatever a customer wants it to cost.
A monthly Ting bill starts at $6 per active device. Minutes, messages and mobile data used during the cycle are also added to the total. For example, an account with two phones that use 500 minutes, 1,000 messages and 2 GB of data would cost $23 per phone (or $46 for the account) plus whatever state, local and federal taxes Ting is legally required to collect and remit on subscriber’s behalf. Check Ting rates to estimate your savings as a Ting customer.
Should I try Ting?
We’re admittedly biased but yes, yes you should try Ting. Because Ting is no contract, there is no risk. If you don’t like it, you can take your phone and your phone number and look for greener pastures. If you do (and we’re confident you will), you can rest assured you’re not overpaying for the same bloated, immovable and static plan every month, even on months when you’re not using your phone as much.
Looking to get started? Get $25 Ting credit on your first bill with this promo code.