Other Provider Referral links-- POST THEM ONLY HERE ! [Mod Announcement]

KentEKentE Moderator 167
edited February 4 in RingPlus vs Other Telecoms
[MOD COMMENT]
Discount codes that do not include a referral to a particular individual are permitted in relevant threads.

Referral code links have never been permitted in this forum.  These links give some type of benefit to the individual posting the link.
There are several reasons that referral links are not permitted.
One of the foremost reasons, common to many forums, is to prevent "spam" posting and "flood posting", and off-topic posts..
Flood-posting, and/or off-topic referral links will continue to not be permitted.

In the interest of helping members find new providers, mods are going to allow referral code posting in this thread only, and subject to a reversal.

Here are the rules:
 A member may post a link including a referral link one time, in this thread only.
Please note what the benefit is to the member using the link, and acknowledge that there is also a benefit to you.
A member may post a referral link one time only.
Referral links in other threads will be deleted, not moved here.

In the interest of spreading the benefit, if you use a referral link, please post a thank you here to the member posting the link.
If you're looking for a referral link, please scan down and find one that does not already have a "thank you" response.  That way each member may benefit.

At some point, it's possible that mods may 'clean up' this thread, and delete links that have been previously used.
At some point, it's possible that mods may decide that referral codes should not be permitted, and this thread will be deleted.

Members who persist in posting referral links in other threads may be banned from the forum.


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  • Ting $25

    Understandable, KentE, and appreciate the opportunity to add a referral link

    Ting referral--they are a good company. Here is a link to them and we both benefit by getting a $25 credit!

    Thank-you,
    https://z77bo56161i.ting.com/

  • Tello:

    C64FP5

    30% off plans for the 1st month
    sweet-burnt-orange-mucha-printoldbooks1yfn34
  • Activate your Sprint phone on FreedomPop for free (without the $20 activation charge):

     https://www.freedompop.com/byodpromo5
  • pattywpattyw Pro 4
    edited February 5
    ????Considering ting...$25 credit if you sign up with this referral link....

    http://z11dma42r4c.ting.com/ 

    I had an account before switching to R+ and now I am switching back. They are a great company. You can call customer support at 1-855-846-4389 and talk to a live person and they have great tools to control overages!! ????

  • $25 with Ting:
    https://z93sj45q2se.ting.com/

    We'll both get $25.
    Ting has the resources and customer service to get the port in completed as quickly as possible.
    Your phone will continue to work while the port is in progress! Unlike other providers, they'll temporarily use a dummy phone and will move over the phone at the same time RingPlus releases the phone number. Hence, there was no interruption in service.

    The $25 credit should pay for the first month and you can always switch later to another company. Given the circumstances, I'd stick with a company with great customer service.
    They already have a help thread for RingPlus customers: https://help.ting.com/hc/en-us/articles/115002455507
  • aa Novice 0
    get $25 credit with Ting!

    https://zqcbn56941i.ting.com/

    We'll both get $25.
    Ting has excellent customer service and a phone number!!

  • yossarianyossarian Novice 2
    edited February 5
    Ting again.  Spread the love.
    Same as above, we both get $25.
    https://zaj9t62qmh5.ting.com/

    Thank you and good luck to everyone moving on from the wonderful Ring+!!

  • AJOAJO Novice 0
     Ditto to all the other Ting referrals.  We both get Ting credit which is a nice way to start out with a super cheap, if not free first month with Ting. Just connect with this link which indicates the referral.  

    https://zc0ajf2iee6.ting.com/

    Let me know if you have any questions about their company.

    Thanks!

  • I can't think of any others that do referrals so this will turn into a ting referral thread....
  • well for me Ting made sense, shared pool of minutes, texts and data that can be managed on a per phone basis within their online interface.
    So if any of the 90k Ringplus folks are heading that way that is why I took 4 out of 5 lines over.  The 5th line is super experimental so I wanted to wait it out on that one.
    https://zjoqcc5gkif.ting.com/
  • If you sign up for TPO, you can get cash back from Ebates.  Anywhere from $8 for the cheap plans up to $32.50 for expensive plans.  If you haven't used Ebates, it's easy; you go to ebates first, click through their site to whatever site you're buying from, and they give you a percentage back of the sale.  Just click my referral link here to get started.  You'll get a $10 sign up bonus and I get a $25 referral credit:

    https://www.ebates.com/r/BERNIE908

    Let me know if I can be helpful.

    Bernie
    Crimson_Tide
  • akaLTDakaLTD Moderator 115
    ultimate-lavendar-houndstooth-gladiator-54876:
    I can't think of any others that do referrals so this will turn into a ting referral thread....

    Virgin Mobile used to give credit for referrals, not sure they still do. Don't know about anyone else but there could be others.

  • bodacious-brown-waved-sand-531585:
    Let me know if I can be helpful.

    Bernie
    Thanks Bernie - for TPO that is just for the first time you sign up but everything helps.  You do not get $8 a month unfortunately!!

  • Help a friend!

    Refer a friend to Ting by offering $25 off a device or $25 in Ting credit.

    https://z9smgi3m9o9.ting.com/

    If you use it thank you.

    In any event, good luck in finding a new home!
  • edited February 23
    The links below will start you off with a $25 account credit/discount:

    https://zd79ka3mpq8.ting.com/  (Ting uses Sprint CDMA or T-mobile GSM)
    https://refer.cricketwireless.com/AWk7g3U (Cricket uses AT&T GSM)

    Feel free to ask or PM me with any questions.
  • akaLTDakaLTD Moderator 115
    @derocher.mj:

    It's against Forum rules to spam the forum with the same post in multiple threads. It also violates the rules to post referral links EXCEPT it's being temporarily allowed in this ONE Y& ONLY thread and as per the terms noted in the 1st comment: https://social.ringplus.net/discussion/11381/other-provider-referral-links-post-them-only-here-mod-announcement



  • I submitted a request to Ting for a special promo for Ringplus customers. Hopefully they will respond with something better than $25. I have already started the porting process to Ting, but for those of you on the fence between carriers this might help you. I encourage others to contact the MVNO of your choice and see if you can get them offer a better deal for Ringplus customers. 

    Update: Ting is now offering $35 credit to Ringplus customers. I don't know if my request helped any but here ya go. https://ting.com/blog/making-sense/ringplus-customers-lifeline-ting/
  • akaLTDakaLTD Moderator 115
    [MODERATOR COMMENT - this is the only thread where referral links will be allowed. Please read the first comment in this thread for more info. Links posted in other threads WILL BE DELETED and the user may be banned from further posting.]
  • akaLTD:
    Virgin Mobile used to give credit for referrals, not sure they still do. Don't know about anyone else but there could be others.

    it ended sometime in 2015.

    also tello gives out coupon codes and deals in their mass email that you can sign up for when you register or if you follow them on facebook.

    akaLTD
  • UmmYeaUmmYea Novice 0
    edited February 5
    So here is my story.  I've had our whole family on Ting (including wife, 2 teenage kids, my parents and Aunt) for 3 or 4 years. A year or so ago I saw Ring+ and decided to switched just my phone.

    As far as Ting goes, I loved their business model of bundling all the text, talk minutes and data among all the lines on your account because you don't end up with wasted balances between accounts. My parents and Aunt don't use their phones much for text & data but just want the security of having a phone while they are out. My wife and 2 kids of course use all three buckets (text,phone,data) but their needs are mostly email, Facebook, etc. and I have told them to keep the videos to a minimum to keep the data usage down. The bill for the 5 lines runs between $90-$120 per month for all 5 lines. I have used their customer service (located in Texas I believe) and have always received prompt and great service. Another thing that I like about Ting is that they have a great website design (I work in IT so I'm familiar with poorly designed websites). 

    So hear's the deal, if you use a lot of data, Ting may not be the place for you but if you as they charge around $10/GB but that is spread among all your lines. We manage to stay under 3GB / month for the 5 lines so that's why our bill is usually around $100. You can go to the Ting.com website and they have a nice calculator so you can see how much your bill would be. If you have any questions about Ting, I'll be glad to answer them.

    If you find this little Ting review helpful and want a $25 credit on your first bill, please consider using my referral code of https://zddrcf11ei3.ting.com/

  • More Ting love!  I doubt anyone will make it down this far to use my link, but what the heck?  :)

    I used to spend $150/month with Cingular (and later AT&T) for two phones. Then I switched to Virgin Mobile where it was $33 for each phone, and I thought I'd never do better than that. With Ting, I average around $17.25 a month after taxes!

    I switched to Ring+ for free service, then when that went away, I switched to a $5 plan that still met my needs.  Now that that's going away, I'm headed back to Ting.

    Not everyone needs unlimited everything, and with Ting, I don't have to pay for minutes/texts/data that I'm not going to use. I pay for what I use, and no more, and that saves me a lot of money. Would it save you money too? To find out, take a look at your most recent bill and plug your usage into Ting's website to see what you would have paid with them:

    https://ting.com/rates

    You can most likely bring your current phone to Ting too, as they have both CDMA (Sprint) and GSM (T-Mobile) networks, so most phones are compatible. You can check if your phone is compatible here:

    https://ting.com/byod

    If Ting would save you money and if you decide to switch, feel free to use my referral link! It saves you $25 off your first bill, and gives me a $25 credit as well, so thank you! :)

    Referal link: https://zcm04g3g0g9.ting.com/

  • BabyblueutBabyblueut Novice 2
    edited February 5
    And another referral link for Ting to add to the pool!
    https://zrehq56om1i.ting.com/
  • AimAim Novice 1
    TextNow is also an option that uses Sprint network and many phones can transfer in
    There is wifi only option completely free, or $13.99 monthly
    My TextNow is Aimee.gardiner@textnow.me if there is a place for referrals.


  • Anyone have a referral for TPO?
    yfn34
  • ***** $25 TING CODE *****
    https://zi51r56fq1i.ting.com/

    What do you get when you cross an iPhone 6 plus and skinny jeans?  A LG Flex.


    As I sat down in the pub with my pint, I put my Nokia 3310 on the table in front of me. My mate immediately burst out laughing and put his iPhone next to mine. I gave it a disdainful look.

    "Why don't you get a better phone, mate?" he asked.

    "I don't need one." I replied. "My phone does everything that I need and it's better than yours."

    He burst out laughing again. "Better than mine?" he roared. "Mine has 3G, Wi-Fi, the iMessage service, a best-in-class browser, five megapixel camera, access to the App Store for virtually unlimited customization plus a built-in iPod for all my music. If yours is better than mine,  I'll give you my phone."

    "I don't want your phone." I said, "Mine's the best, why would I want a second-best, second-hand phone? I tell you what, though, if I can prove that mine is better than yours, how about you give me the cash equivalent of your phone?"

    "You're on!" he crowed. "Show me something with your phone and I'll show you how mine is better."

    Casually, I knocked my phone off the table

    Thanks !!!!!!!!

    liberal-almond-matte-spider-203286Boog_G_Dow
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