Let us soften the blow
of early termination fees.
If you're paying an ETF to come to Ting, we've got your back.
For a limited time, get 25% of your ETF back, up to $75 per device.
Just follow these three simple steps to claim your Ting credit.
Grab a device
You can buy new, buy used or bring an inactive Sprint device to Ting. You've got options.Browse devices
Port your number
Bring your mobile number over to Ting. This will cancel your account with your current provider.Activate a device
Submit your claim
Your previous carrier will send you your final bill with your ETF detailed. Just send it to us!Fill out ETF form
Activate a device and move ("port") your number over to Ting. This will automatically cancel your current account. If you owe an early termination fee, you'll see it detailed on your final bill from your previous carrier.
If you received a phone without any up-front cost, you're probably in a contract with your current carrier. If you're under contract, you'll likely have to pay an ETF to close your account.
Provided you're submitting your final bill from your previous carrier within 30 days of the date listed on said final bill then yes, you're eligible.
Yes. You'll be asked to select the number of lines under contract you're bringing to Ting when filling out the form. We'll reimburse you 25% up to $75 for each line that has an ETF associated.
Yes. Just port the line(s) that are under contract over to Ting, fill out the ETF relief form and we'll reimburse 25%, up to $75 per line, as Ting credit.
Yes. If you're an existing Ting customer looking to add another line to your account and you'll be paying an ETF to do so, we'll reimburse you too.
That's no problem. However, in order to tie your ETF payment to your Ting activation, you'll need to bring your current mobile number (the one with the ETF associated) over to Ting. Once it's been moved over, it's easy to change your mobile number in your Ting account dashboard.
If you have access to your previous carrier's online account tools you can download a PDF of your final bill.
Otherwise, wait a couple of weeks and you'll receive your final bill in the mail.
The easiest way is to download a PDF of your final bill from your previous carrier's online account tools.
Failing that, you can either scan or take a clear photo of your final bill. Specifically, the page that details your early termination fee(s).
In either case, upload the document using the ETF relief form and you're on your way.
Please give us two business days to process and post your ETF relief credit to your account. If we need any clarification, we'll be in touch using the phone number or email address you provided.