…being trapped in a mobile contract, paying ridiculously high monthly bills for ‘unlimited’ services and added fees, and having to pay a high ETF (early termination fee) just to get out. It can sometimes feel like your phone company is holding you hostage.
That’s where Ting comes in.
Ting, Hover’s sister company, is mobile that makes sense: pay for only what you use, get no-hold customer support and sign no contracts. And now, it makes more sense than ever to join.
If an ETF is the only thing standing between you and mobile freedom, we’ve got some news you’ll be happy about. Starting February 1 and until the $100,000 fund runs through, Ting will be paying off the early termination fees (ETF) for anyone that’s ready to ditch their mobile contract and make the move to Ting. They’ll be giving the equivalent of the ETF as a Ting service credit which will automatically be applied against the monthly bill.
Anyone with an ETF and a desire to break free from the grasp of the big mobile carriers is welcome to submit. However, Ting is only available in the United States and thus, only people living in the US may apply for the ETF payout. If you’re currently a Sprint customer, Ting’s newly launched bring your Sprint device to Ting program allows you to bring over your Sprint device onto the Ting network, provided its on the list of supported devices.
Interested in mobile that makes sense? Have a look on Ting’s blog to find out exactly how Ting’s $100,000 ETF payout will work and how you can apply.