Today Ting announced that they are again providing some relief from early termination fees (ETFs), but this time it is not just a time or user limited promotion, it is a permanent part of their service. As Ting put it, “ETF relief is just something we do now.”
I took advantage of their last promotional ETF relief program to switch the rest of my family over to Ting from another carrier and it worked great – from the credit I was given I didn’t have to pay anything for our cell phone service for months.
Starting today Ting is offering to pay 25% of your ETFs (up to $75 per line) for breaking your contract and switching to their no-contract service.
How does the new ETF program work?
- Sign up for an account and activate a device with Ting. It can be a new phone bought directly from Ting, or a Sprint device you bring over to Ting.
- Port your current number to Ting (this will happen during the phone activation process).
- Get the ETF documents from your old cell phone carrier and submit them to Ting.
- After submitting your final bill, you will get a credit in your Ting account for 25% of whatever you paid in ETFs to your previous carrier.
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