Home - , , - RingPlus Announces New Cell Phone Plan and Promos

RingPlus Announces New Cell Phone Plan and Promos


Everyone loves a great deal. And when it comes to getting a great deal on your cell phone plan, RingPlus surely knows how to give their customers something to be excited about. From December 14-18, they are offering 5 different cell phone plan promos that you can choose from. Here are the promos they have:

Truly Free Plan

What you get: 125 minutes and 40 text and 10 MB per month for free!

Why it's a great deal: It's perfect for those who want to give RingPlus' service a try since you won't need to give your credit card information. 

Leonardo 3 Free Plan

What you get: 1200 minutes, 1200 texts, and 1200 MB plus free tethering per month with a $12 Top up for overages  at activation (added to plan balance) and whenever the account balance reaches zero. Top up is available until depleted.

Why it's a great deal: You get 1200 minutes, texts and MB of data for a one time cost of $12 without the need to sign up for a contract!

Leonardo 5 Free Plan

What you get: 1600 minutes, 1600 texts, and 1500 MB free per month with a $16 Top up fat activation (added to plan balance) and whenever the account balance reaches zero.

Why it's a great deal: You get 1600 minutes, texts and 1500 MB of data per month for a one time cost of $16 without a contract!

Porting Promos

What you get: Free porting and top-up is matched, up to $200 depending on the provider.

Why it's a great deal: Free porting!

You can bring your own cell phone or buy a new one from RingPlus' store.

RingPlus is definitely giving you more reasons to switch! Visit their website for more detail about these promos.

Source: RingPlus

26 comments:

Comment Page :
  1. Does "Leonardo 5 free plan" include tethering too?? Can't find answer anywhere.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Tethering is available but not included. It costs $1.99/per day.

      Delete
  2. What you get: 1200 minutes, 1200 texts, and 1200 MB plus free tethering per month with a $12 Top up for overages when you go over your monthly allotment. Top up is available until depleted.

    Why it's a great deal: You get 1200 minutes, texts and MB of data for just $12 without the need to sign up for a contract!
    **I don't quite Understand. Is it $12.00 every month? Or, What if it takes 6 months for example,before any one of those allotments are exceeded? Does that mean the plan only cost $12.00 for that 6 month period ?

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. It's not $12 per month. There's a $12 initial top up at activation and if your balance ever reaches zero. As long as you don't go over 1200 minutes, 1200 texts, and 1200 MB per month you never have to pay again after the initial $12.

      $12/month was a error in the post that has been corrected.

      Delete
    2. It means its a free plan that includes the stated minutes and such. You pay $12 as a reserve if you ever go over it will take it out of that. If you don't go over then it just stays in your account.

      Delete
  3. Just signed up for the Leonardo 3 free plan with my textnow LG volt. Was going fine until textnow dialer was holding out, so I disabled it because it wanted to assign a new textnow number. Now, I have no dialer. should I try another dialer app? or can I get the stock LG one? same with the default text app. the project begins!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Try installing a different dialer.

      Delete
    2. I started with a LG Volt I got from Textnow, which has some custom ROM Textnow preinstalled which primarily effects the default dialer and texting apps so they will be over wifi or data first. As I was activating the phone on Ringplus, when trying to use the dialer, the custom Textnow ROM dialer was trying to resume a connection to TextNow and assign the phone a new Textnow number. Since it seems the textnow modified dialer was in conflict with trying to activate on ringplus, I disabled it, but was then left with no dialer at all! now what?

      Delete
    3. tried a few different dialers and they all seem to work ok, but "Kit Kat Dialer" was the smallest app with the fewest permissions, so will use that unless I find something better. However, the ##msl# codes dont work, and now I guess I need to find a texting app as well...

      Delete
    4. Why are you trying ##MSL#? Is data not working? If so dial ##72786# to do network reset and handsfree activation will run and set everything up

      Delete
    5. I wanted to check that the digits were correct, so was trying the ##MSL#, but none of the ## codes work with any of the "aftermarket" dialers I've tried. I installed "Kit Kat Dialer" and "QKSMS" for text, and now everything seems to be working- talk, text, and data. I did a test call with a friend to see about the latency, and it was very manageable! This free plan might just become my primary! Now, I'm going to try and port a carrier number over to take advantage of the generous top-up credits Ringplus is offering...

      Delete
    6. port went smooth and quick (15 hrs perhaps) and was FREE. Didn't get any credits because I didn't have one of the special limited phones they were offering it on.

      Delete
  4. Please state which service and do they use SIM cards ?

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. RingPlus is a Sprint MVNO. Sprint 3G phones do not use SIMs. Sprint LTE phones do but you can't readily swap SIMs between Sprint phones like you can with GSM operators or Verizon.

      Delete
  5. With every new plan the crowd becomes as the expression goes "as a box of rocks".

    ReplyDelete
  6. Just thought I'd mention I jumped on board the RingPlus train during a previous promotion a little over a month ago. So far I like R+ better than the other two services I've tried previously this year. (Namely, Freedompop and H2O.)

    Was possible to activate an unsupported-by-R+ Freedompop-branded phone with some effort on my part (BTW it passed the R+ ESN Checker as a "Boost" phone), although in all reality this could be a loophole that could be closed at any time.

    I do not experience any voice latency issues and the service works as advertised.

    Thus far, I'd go out on a limb and say that I'd recommend R+ over the other Sprint MVNO I've been on for over 2 years. Please note this post is a candid statement, I'm not compensated in any way nor am I on a plan that requires online posting.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Agreed. I was with Republic for some time and the service was worse than bad. I thought it might be the underlying Sprint network until I tried R+ and my service on the exact same towers has been stellar. Highest reward chance I've taken in some time. BYOSD, FREE service, calls actually work, texts actually send. I used to recommend Republic. Now I point anyone looking to reduce their cell phone costs to R+ with the single caveat to have a backup strategy just in case.

      Delete
    2. ...R+ is good for anyone only in the small part of the country with Sprint coverage. For those who want something far more likely to have coverage where you live/work/play, try something like Consumer Cellular which does have some nice low-cost options on a hugely better network.

      I think R+, if free, is better as a backup than as the main thing.

      Delete
    3. I guess I'm fortunate to live and travel primarily in that small part of the country where my free RingPlus and FreedomPop service works.

      Delete
    4. Ditto. And about 30 miles West of us is a huge area with NO Vzw service unless you can roam on Sprint. Sprint covers that whole area with LTE.

      Delete
    5. One place I visit fairly often is Door County in Northern Wisconsin. Sprint works there. With Verizon and T-Mobile you roam on Cellcom and AT&T respectively.

      Delete
  7. I don't understand how Ring+ can give away free service/credits, I get their business model of voice advertisments, but voice is becoming so rare it seems, data and text rule, yes people are becoming incapable of having a normal conversation.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I've been thinking along the same lines. I'm sure R+ must have additional income streams. They could never make a profit on people like me. I use Hangouts for voice and text and use R+ almost exclusively for the data connection. I virtually never hear their "ads".

      Saw a speculation today that Son might be funding these plans in an attempt to bolster his failing investment.

      Delete
  8. Over on hofo there is speculation that ring plus' days are numbered. Some problem with a ring plus vendor not getting paid.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I saw that. RingPlus' payment processor for roaming charges is no longer accepting payments for RingPlus. That could mean RingPlus didn't pay its bill or there could be other reasons. I wouldn't make to much of it but a freemium MVNO has got to be an inherently risky business.

      Delete
    2. Not sure i agree with you. All these promotions were likely a cash grab to increase liquidity. They must have fallen short.

      Delete
Comment Page :