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Ting Offering the Samsung Galaxy S III for $529

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Aug 2, 2012, 1:55 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @zeman_e

MVNO Ting announced that customers interested in the Samsung Galaxy S III may preorder it from Ting's web site starting today. Ting resells Sprint's wireless services, and had announced plans to carry LTE-capable devices earlier this year. The Samsung Galaxy S III will be Ting's first LTE device. Ting is asking $529 for the 16GB version and $579 for the 32GB version. Both the 16GB and 32GB will be available in Pebble Blue and Marble White. According to Ting, the Galaxy S III will ship in three to six weeks. Ting also noted that it will select two of the first 200 customers who order the Galaxy S III at random to receive the device for free.

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Aug 3, 2012, 9:38 AM

WOW a somewhat reasonable down to earth price for a smartphone!!!!!

Smartphones are sooo outrageously over
priced!!!! Compared to Tablets & laptops, smartphone
are way, way overpriced!!!

I think $499 for the 16GB version, $579 for the 32GB
version, and no more than $649 at the absolute most
for the 64GB version would be reasonable.
It's even cheaper with the discount url...
$50 off: http://vtimrk6.ting.com
Samsung Galaxy SIII 16GB - $429*
Samsung Galaxy SIII 32GB - $479*
Samsung Galaxy SII (white) - $385*
Or, use the promo code on Ting's website: VTIMRK6
Look at this company's service plans!!!!

I can't believe these guys slipped under my radar. I'm totally excited that this MVNO exists!

I can get a comparable level of service for my account with Ting for just barely more than ONE THIRD o...

Aug 2, 2012, 2:07 PM

Another Sprint MNVO????!!!!!

Seriously??? 🙄 I actually had hope when I read LTE and MNVO that it might be an AT&T or Verizon MVNO. Nope. Wishful thinking. I should have known. Another effin Sprint MVNO. Unbelievable. smfh
You know maybe if Sprint were to concentrate more on improving their crap network they wouldn't have a need to lease out an already oversold network to these other companies. Half of these stupid mvno's will be out of business by the end of the year. ...
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