As most of you know we use Ting here and LOVE it.
Recently we were able to switch DH and his beloved iPhone over to Ting. That simple change has saved us $60/month. Which came at just the right time because we ended up needing $60 more per month to cover the new health plan for the children.
As stated in the title Ting service actually saves us more than $60 each month.
Here is how I am basing that statement:
Sprint (network Ting uses) is now offering it's "Framily" plan. So assuming all three of us phone users in our family used that plan it would be $45/pp/mo. That is $135 per month. And say another $6 for taxes and fees, so $141 total per month.
Here is our Ting bill from February 18 to March 18.
(so you all don't think I made up numbers!)
(Our texting is high due to DD. She pays difference between the $5 Medium level and whatever level her texting lands us.)
Yes, that total is $61.97 for three smart phones. Really it could be much lower if we tried harder to limit some of the usage.
AND the amount I actually *paid* last month was $36.97 because I had a $25 referral credit (THANK YOU dear person!).
I think the savings are even greater if you compare plans from AT&T or Verizon. One of them is offering a "special deal" - a four line plan for $180/mo.
SO, if changing your cell service to Ting sounds like something you'd like to do you can save $25 right away by using my referral code:
MonkeyMama and Ceejay are also using Ting. I know MM likes it. I am interested to hear if Ting is saving CeeJay money and if she likes her new phone.
UPDATE: CeeJay was the first one to comment!