To celebrate their second anniversary as a MVNO, Ting is giving customers a reason to join in the celebration, offering rate changes, including a handful of lower rates across their service levels. The focus is on savings for heavy data usage.
Ting has released a new post paid plan where people only pay for what they use. Is it the best idea ever or a flop? We take a closer look in this comparison
The Samsung Galaxy S4 is about to be unveiled, but ahead of its launch we already have word that U.S.-based MVNO, Ting, is getting the handset around the same time as the bigger mobile carriers such as Sprint, Verizon and AT&T.
Newcomer Ting doesn’t only have one of the best names for a U.S. carrier, but it will soon deliver what is arguably the best Android smartphone to its customers, the Samsung Galaxy S3. According to a post on Ting’s official blog, they will start shipping out all variants of the Galaxy S3 to pre-order customers by early September, with a slight chance that the shipping date will be moved up.
The release of the Samsung Galaxy S3 has been huge for the South Korean company leading to Samsung shattering its smartphone shipment record in the second quarter of the year. The popularity of Samsung’s latest flagship device in the U.S. can be attributed to its widespread availability – the device can be purchased from almost every carrier at highly subsidized rates, although this does require signing a new 2-year contract. In a world where the latest technology is changing by the day, such a long-term commitment might not be agreeable to all potential buyers.If you’re someone who is looking to avoid…