Ting Cell Phone Plans
With Ting's cell phone plans you can rest assured knowing you're only paying for what you use. Unlike pre-made cell phone plans from other carriers, Ting offers pay-as-you-go plans so you're only charged for what you use that month (for data, talk and text).
If you're worried about spending too much, you can set usage caps by logging into your Ting account. If you have a multi-line (family) plan, your usage will be shared across all lines, but you can set custom alerts for different lines.
Ting Cell Phones
Ting has a great selection of cell phones to choose from, from the newest iPhones and Samsung phones, to older, more affordable devices. If the newer smartphones are a bit too hard for your bank account to manage, then Ting offers monthly payment plans to make buying a $800+ phone easier. However, note that Ting's payment plans are subject to interest, so you may end up paying a lot more for the phone than the recommended retail price.
If you don't need a new phone, you can also bring your own Ting-compatible phone and simply buy a SIM card with a Ting plan.
Ting Guides and News
If there's something you want to know about Ting's deals, plans and phones, we're here to help. We bring you the latest news and offers from the carrier and also teach you how to switch from your current carrier and plan, over to Ting.
Ting Mobile is a dependable pay-as-you-go wireless carrier that relies on one of the nation’s largest networks to keep you connected to your friends and family. Not only that, but they offer a convenient app that gives you the option to limit your data usage in real-time—so you only pay for the data you intended to use. Best of all, you won’t be locked into a contract when you choose Ting Mobile—you’re simply paying as you go and you can cancel anytime.
Bring your own phone or buy a new one from Ting Mobile, it’s up to you. If you’re looking to get a brand new phone, then Ting Mobile has some great deals on iPhones and Androids (plus more) waiting for you. You can buy their phones outright or make payments through Affirm, it’s your choice.