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It has already been one year since I switched my cell phone service to Ting and I could not be happier about the move. I still can’t believe I was paying so much money for a service that I could have been getting for half the price.
As I mentioned in my Ting review, I used to pay $127 per month for two phones with Sprint. That’s including a corporate discount of 25%! Which means that I was paying $1,524 a year on my cell phone bill.
With Ting, I was only paying $42.23 per month for the same two phones and for the same service. Ting uses the Sprint network so everywhere I had service with Sprint, I also have it with Ting. The same service for $506.76 a year.
I saved $1,017.24 this year. One Thousand Dollars! Those, to me, are big savings!
If you have Sprint and don’t switch to Ting, you are just giving your money away.
What If You Don’t Have Sprint?
It might be difficult for those who have AT&T or Verizon to switch to Ting on the Sprint network, which doesn’t have as great of a coverage, and I totally understand their hesitation. But I got some great news.
Ting now works with AT&T and Verizon!
You no longer need to change your AT&T or Verizon phone for a Sprint phone, you can just bring your phone and your phone number with you. And since Ting also has an agreement with AT&T and Verizon, your AT&T or Verizon phone will work with its respective tower. Which means that you’ll have the same service you had before for a lot less.
Those who have AT&T or Verizon can no longer use “lack of service” as a reason not to switch to Ting.
Kate switched from her family plan with AT&T to my plan with Ting. She was paying $175 for three phone lines (her, her mom and grandma). Kate and her babushka joined Ting and my bill only went up $20. Now we’re paying $63 per month for four people.
Even with Kate paying the early termination fee, which Ting refunds 25%, it is still much cheaper than staying trapped under AT&T’s contract.
Take a look at Ting’s rates where you only pay for what you use.
Another great advantage of bringing your phone from AT&T is that you have to unlock it during the switching process, which means you could use it abroad and buy a cheap SIM card in almost every country.
Most countries use the GSM network and SIM cards are very cheap.
When we went to the Dominican Republic we bought a SIM card for about $1 and filled it up with enough minutes and data for a week for less than $10. We had internet, phone, and most importantly… maps!!! It was much, much cheaper than buying or renting a GPS for a week.
Ting’s Special Offer
To celebrate Ting’s expansion to the GSM network, Ting is offering $100 credit towards your bill or a phone bought through their site. This offer is only valid until June 8th, 2015 so act fast!
To claim this offer please follow the link below.
Why haven’t you switched to Ting yet?