If you're currently a RingTo user, it may be good to know what these changes are so you don't get shocked once they're implemented. The biggest change they are taking is that they will be transitioning to a paid service. With this, free accounts will no longer be offered to new or existing users. Nevertheless, the company promises to make each users' experience a notable one.
With this announcement, the question now on everyone's minds is how they will be affected by this new direction that the company is planning to take. Here are some of the specifics that each existing user will be experiencing:
GrooVe IP Users:
RingTo will be sending out instructions on how to move your account to the new GrooVe IP platform. You may also keep track of the latest updates through this link.
The existing service provided for Obihai users will be coming to an end in the next few months. RingTo is currently looking for partners they can actively work with in finding a new home for users to keep using their Obi phone number. More details about this will be given in the middle part of January.
Users with Ported Numbers
RingTo users that have ported numbers are given up to February 15, 2016 to decide whether they would like to convert into a paid plan or look for a different provider.
If you are interested in switching over to a RingTo paid plan, you can take advantage of their Early Bird discount and get up to two months of free service. All you have to do is enter in your email before January 1st so you can be entitled to the discount, which will include the following services:
- Call blocking
- Call forwarding
- Dynamic outbound number selection
- Free number porting
- iOS/Android calling
- SMS & MMS