Welcome, RingPlus members
UPDATE:We are hearing some reports of delays in usage and number of active lines being reported to the Ting dashboard. This is a display issue only, primarily affecting lines migrated from RingPlus*. Your phones and phone numbers are active on Ting and usage is being recorded. We apologize for the trouble and are working hard to rectify. We’ll update as soon as this little display bug has been squashed.
*as if you guys haven’t been through enough!
RingPlus has gone out of business. We’ve stepped in with a lifeline. On February 21, all RingPlus numbers will be moved over to Ting. (Hi, we’re Ting. It’s nice to meet you. We wish the circumstances were better.)
We’re giving every RingPlus member the greater of $35 or the value of their top ups as credits to get started with Ting and mobile that makes sense.
If you take us up on our offer, your phone and your number will keep working on Ting after the transition. We think you’ll be happy here. If not, you’re free to take your number wherever you want to go. In either case, this button will get you started:Verify your Number
How Ting works
At Ting, we don’t do plans. Voice minutes, text messages and mobile data are each billed separately. As a Ting customer, your billing cycle starts at just $6 per active number. Rather than pick a plan, you use whatever voice minutes, text messages and mobile data you need. You only pay for the levels you reach and you are in control of where your bill ends up each month.
The average bill on Ting for a smartphone is just $23 per month. Ting’s low rates make it possible to keep a fully functioning “emergency phone” on hand for as little as $6 – $12.
Take a look at Ting Rates to get an idea of what your bill will look like.
Because all usage is pooled and shared between phones on your account, Ting tends to work out especially well for families with multiple phones.
If you choose not to take us up on our offer, you’ll be able to move (port) your number from Ting to another carrier easily.
For some context on the RingPlus shutdown, the mechanics, how we’re helping RingPlus users rescue their numbers and some frequently asked questions, please read on.
* Migrating from RingPlus to Ting Knowledge base article
* RingPlus migration discussion forum
* Discussion on the RingPlus social page
* Take a look at the Ting rates page and our Ting Rates 101 video
* Discussion on reddit: Ting subreddit | RingPlus subreddit
Read on to find answers to some common RingPlus refugee questions.
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