It appears that in the next few days, mobile virtual network operator RingPlus will be no more. But another MVNO, Ting Mobile, will be looking to benefit from major US wireless carrier Sprint’s upcoming shut down of RingPlus.
Sprint has threatened to discontinue service to mobile virtual network operator RingPlus for non-payment, and it could happen by February 11th. Apparently, the MVNO has filed a lawsuit against the major US wireless carrier, claiming that Sprint is involved in fraudulent practices. Moreover, RingPlus is seeking in its filing to stop or at least postpone the shut down.
Ting has decided to drop its data prices, and the carrier is doing it in a very unique way. After its customers go beyond the first gigabyte, each gigabyte of mobile data used thereafter, shared or combined across all handsets under one account, will be priced at $10 a gigabyte. For current customers of Ting, the price drop will apply in their next full billing cycle.
Consumer Cellular, Ting, and Republic Wireless were among the wireless carriers that scored the highest ratings in terms of customer satisfaction, according to the results of the latest survey conducted by Consumer Reports.
Have you got an unlocked AT&T or T-Mobile handset, and are currently looking for an inexpensive carrier for your smartphone? Look no further because mobile virtual network operator Ting has just announced that its GSM network service is now in "open beta." This means that you will not need an invite to be able to sign up for this service.
Do you subscribe to mobile virtual network operator Ting? You can now take advantage of its plans to get an iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus. Ting has just announced that it will start activating unlocked iPhones on its network, provided that the devices are compatible with Sprint's network.
Following in Google's footsteps, Ting, a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO), is taking on traditional telecommunications and cable companies by offering a fiber-based gigabit-capable broadband service.
Ting officially revealed its plans of acquiring Blue Ridge InternetWorks, a web service provider based in Charlottesville, Virginia that has already started creating its fiber-based broadband network.
Mobile virtual network operator Ting has officially announced that it will be providing both GSM and CDMA service to its subscribers beginning 2015. As of now, Ting uses Sprint's CDMA countrywide network, but the wireless service provider is planning to partner with a major GSM carrier in order to provide coverage for SIM card carrying smartphones previously not compatible for use with Ting's plans.
Mobile virtual network operator Ting will be introducing the iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S on customer plans later this September. This should be delightful news to iPhone owners who currently do not have plans of (or have not gotten around to) owning the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Beginning September 29th of this year, Ting subscribers can activate their iPhone 5S's or iPhone 5C's that were bought through Sprint to the MVNO's plans. Or, they can choose to buy a reconditioned handset from Ting partner company Glyde, or from authorized sellers like eBay or Amazon.
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