Ting to Add GSM Support Next Year
Dec 9, 2014, 6:45 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Ting, an MVNO that resells access to Sprint's network, today said it plans to expand its service next year by adding support for GSM devices. Beginning in February, anyone with an unlocked GSM handset will be able to sign up for Ting service. Ting said customers will be able to have both CDMA and GSM handsets active on the same account, even though the phones are running on two different networks. Ting did not name its GSM network partner, but based on the coverage map it is likely T-Mobile.
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Ting is AWESOME, they only charge you for what you use, use nothing and its just a $6 line fee per device. You can add phones to your account through their web interface, you can add tethering for no fees other than data use, and you can have up to ten devices on one account. You can get an airrave or hotspot too.
So now that their adding GSM devices there is no reason why everyone in america shouldn't use them, they are that good. No BS or hidden eff you fees, just honest phone service at a fair rate, I am sooooo stoked they are adding GSM, now I can port my lines with other carriers to my Ting account...