Ting is a smarter choice for phone service. They do rates, not plans. You simply use your phone during the month and pay a fair rate for that usage at the end of the month. If you’re often around Wi-Fi, for example, you don’t pay for mobile data that you don’t need. You get complete control of your account; turn root-level cell phone services like calling, texting or mobile data on or off in your Ting control panel or smartphone app. You get control of more granular account-level services, too. You can even set your own usage alerts or caps.
They don’t do contracts, overages or any of the other telecom tricks.
To welcome the XDA community, Ting is offering $25 off your bill to try out Ting or $25 off a new phone in the Ting Shop. Over 80% of phones will work on Ting, so it’s likely the phone you own can activate right now. Yes, even if it’s rooted and the bootloader’s unlocked.
Ting spent a month using the Moto G5 Plus, which is one of Moto’s most affordable phones. That’s why we’re giving one away in this little promo in conjunction with Ting. Use the below widget to enter the contest!
Also, here’s a quick unboxing of the Moto G5 Plus…it’s a really great phone:
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