Communications technologies are, without a doubt, important in the modern world. Services such as texting, video conferencing and data usage have joined the traditional call services in helping to facilitate the development and maintenance of social and professional relationships. Among the latest providers to join the industry is Ting, a relatively new provider which boasts a new approach to billing. The search for Ting reviews information is on in earnest with many prospective plan signees wanting to find out more about the offerings associated with the plan.
One of the main things that drive people towards new services is their level of dissatisfaction with their current service providers. Many of the Ting reviews compare the benefits of being a Ting subscriber with those derived from using the other services. Comparative reviews often focus on three main categories, the rates, plans and the service quality.
For those who are looking for lower monthly bills Ting may be the answer. Ting reviewers reveal that the providers have a ‘pay only for what you use’ policy when it comes to calls, texts and data use. This answers the requests of many customers who complain that the plan they use charges them a flat rate for unlimited services but they barely use them. Many users, for instance, are able to save since they do not text as much or rely on data services as frequently as others do.
This only works though if you are not a heavy phone user and it is not difficult to see why. While light cell service users may report huge savings from switching to Ting, others may not be s lucky. A heavy cell phone user is quite likely better off with a traditional flat rate plan which offers unlimited texting calling and data. This is because their constant use of the services can lead to the accumulation of bills that exceed the flat rates that they would have paid with traditional providers. With Ting they are billed of reach of these services separately and at rates that fall below those of the older plans.
If you are a tech minimalist you will like the fact that Ting compatible phones range from basic to elaborate. This means that you can opt for a simpler, cheaper unit if you so desire or you can decide on a more expensive ostentatious device such as a smart phone. It all depends on your own needs, tastes and pocket. But if you rely heavily on the additional features offered by more elaborate devices such as a smart phone, you are not at a disadvantage with Ting since the phones are compatible with the device. In fact, you don’t have to purchase a new device at all. If you have a phone that is Sprint compatible then you can connect it to the Ting network.
As with any other mobile service, Ting has its up sides as well as its down sides. Your experience with them as well as your opinions of the service will depend on your expectations and these expectations can be shaped by the reviews you read.