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RingPlus Black Friday Deals Include a $201 Credit For Switching From T-Mobile



Less than an hour from now, at Noon PST on Black Friday, Freemium Sprint MVNO RingPlus is launching a bunch of special deals.

First and foremost there's a  $201 account credit for anyone porting a number from T-Mobile to a RingPlus paid plan. Plans start at $9.99 month for 700 minutes, 300 texts and 1 GB  of data so the credit is good for up to 20 months of free service.

Two new free plans and three new promotional paid plans will also be available starting at Noon PST

The Leonardo 2 Free Plan will be available for new activations only. It includes 1500 minutes, 1500 texts and 1500 MB of data per month for free. The overage rate is 2¢ per minute, text or MB of data. MMS are 4¢ each. Overages and MMS charges are deducted from the plan balance.
A $15 (plus about 20% in taxes and fees) top up will be charged at activation (added to plan balance) and whenever the account balance reaches zero.

The Leonardo 4 Free Plan will be also be new activations only. It includes 1400 minutes, 1400 texts and 1200 MB of data, with tethering allowed, per month for free. The overage rate is 2¢ per minute, text or MB of data. MMS are 4¢ each. Overages and MMS charges are deducted from the plan balance.
A $20 (plus about 20% in taxes and fees) top up will be charged at activation (added to plan balance) and whenever the account balance reaches zero.

The Chagnal Paid Plan will be available at $20/per month for new activations and plan changes. It includes unlimited minutes and texts and 2 GB of data per month. The first two months of service are free but a $20 initial topup is required.

The Vermeer Paid Plan will be available at $70/month for new activations and plan changes. It includes unlimited minutes and texts and 10 GB of data per month. A $25 initial topup is required (in addition to the $70 charge for the first month) and will be doubled.

The Modigliani Paid Plan will be available at $75/month for new activations and plan changes. It includes unlimited minutes and texts and 20 GB of data. A $25 initial topup is required (in addition to the $75 charge for the first month).

All the  promotional plans will be available at https://ringplus.net/#plans starting at Noon PST, today, Black Friday, while supplies last.

Port-ins and Device Swaps will also be free from 12 Noon PST Nov. 27 (Black Friday), "while supplies last".

RingPlus also announced yesterday that they can port numbers and phones that are currently active on the Sprint network on a multi-carrier MVNO like Ting, Google Project Fi, ROK Mobile or the TracFone brands. Normally, phones have to be deactivated from one Sprint based service before they can be activated on another one. You can check if your inactive or active Sprint phone will work on RingPuus here. In addition to Sprint phones, RingPlus can also activate unlocked non Sprint iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 6s and 6s Plus and Nexus 5 and 6 phone and the Verizon iPhone 5c and 5s.

Related post: RingPlus Free Promotions Tracker

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  1. Can I set up a tmobile plan with a spare Sim and switch to ring +?!

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  2. I take it the $201 credit won't automatically apply and that ring plus's system won't know I'm porting from tmobile and that I'll have to pay the first month.

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    1. Based on how past promos have worked, the credit won't be applied for at least a day.

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  3. No sprint branded iPhone allowed?

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    1. All Sprint phones including iPhones are allowed on RingPlus provided they are fully paid for.

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    2. does that include sprint prepaid or just the postpaid ones?

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    3. Officially only the postpaid ones but the Sprint Prepaid phones currently seem to activate fine on RingPlus.

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  4. It still wants payment for the port in credit, ring plus seems like they enjoy confusing the customer.

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  5. Pardon my skepticism but since top ups are non refundable, could ring plus be going on an initial top up run to make their balance sheet look better for a potential sale ?

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    1. What MVNO would offer a $201 port in credit? I wonder if ring+ is a shell operation to improve Sprints wholesale numbers. I believe the top ups are employed to help cover costs.

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  6. Between simple mobile promo sims and ring plus I'm going to have a hard time justifying ever spending more than $15 a month on phone service again!

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  7. I was able to do 2 port ins on existing lines and was not charged.

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  8. I had unlocked verizon samsung galaxy note 3 ...how can i signup for free plans ?

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    1. Only certain models (newer) models of iphones and nexus phones. iPhone 5S and higher, Nexus 5, 6.

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  9. How do they make money on this, giving away 1400 minutes every month?

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    1. I still wonder how... I listen to their ads, and it seems to be more brief celebrity gossip about Taylor Swift, Nicki Minaj, and Justin Beiber instead of actual marketing.

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  10. I can't find a way to port in as a new or existing customer, do I need to complete the entire registration first?

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    1. Start by choosing a plan, then enter the number you are porting when prompted during the sign up process.

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  11. I guess you can only port in once you set an account up, anyway I went for the Chagall plan and it charged me $15 off the bat , it says 2 months free, then $19.99 a month but says nothing about the $201 credit for porting from t-mobile. Between the credit and 2 free months I don't know where they got $15 from, confusing at best, my port all hasn't made it from t-mobile, anybody know if you can downgrade to a lower paid plan a few months down the road?

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  12. Wa it I'm not sure if I qualify for the 2 months free in addition to porting from t-mobile $201 credit.

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    1. how long are the ads and is it really distracting?

      Free minutes are great but if you have to sit through 30 secs or a minute of advertising might be aggravating.

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    2. The ads stop when the other party answers.

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    3. thanks for the reply Dennis!

      That wouldn't be too bad ...listening to the phone ringing isn't that much fun!
      so guess it's just a matter of trusting them with your credit card number..?

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  13. all the different plan names. ugh. hope they don't name plans after their discourse users. would definitely absolutely hate to see a Dlex troll plan that would come with stupid meme pictures forced on you via mms that you have to pay for out of overages. ugh would absolutely hate that. no no no. yuck. enough with the too many plan names already.

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  14. I'm on day 3 and my port still hasn't gone through, I've never had a port take longer than 5 minutes, also no $201 credit, Wish i had just left my number with T-Mobile.

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    1. Lot of entitled people that recently joined RP. I wish it was back to the good ole days.
      Wait your turn like everyone else, thats the price you pay for free !!!

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  15. Has anybody seen their credit yet?

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