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RingPlus Announces New Free Plans -- Shirly & Duke

ringplus-shirly-dukeThis week, RingPlus continues to offer free plans to subscribers interested in getting the most out of their carrier. You can choose from the following plans:

Duke Free Plan - $0/month
This plan includes 750 minutes, 2,000 texts and 1000MB of 4G LTE data. Unlimited RingPlus-to-RingPlus calls and texts are also part of the package. Tethering add on is available for $4 per month.

Shirly Strickland Free Plan - $0/month
This plan includes 1,500 minutes, 2,000 texts, and 500MB of 4G LTE data, plus for free tethering included. Unlimited RingPlus-to-RingPlus calling is already part of the plan.

Just like before, these two plans require a $20 Top Up to cover overages. If, and only if, the Top-Up balance becomes $0, you will automatically be charged for another $20 auto Top Up. This will be charged on the credit card on file. Both these plans are only open to new subscriptions or new lines.

RingPlus also offers free porting + $30 credit for Top Up. This is available for any number ported from AT&T, Verizon, or T-Mobile. However, you will need to activate a new line before porting. Porting numbers in from an old line is not qualified for the extra Top Up. And if you activate two or more lines, you can get an extra 200 minutes, 100 text, and 100MB on each line. The lines have to be on the same account though.

For existing RingPlus members, the company recommends that you connect your Twitter account with your account. This is because when you make a call, you might hear "re-tweet now" from your RingPlus Radio. When this happens, you just need to press 0 (zero) so you can get an additional 100MB and 200 SMS to your account each month for the next 3 months. And if the retweets from their members exceed 2,000 during the promotion period, each participant will get an extra 100MB for a six-month period.

This Legends 3 Promotion from RingPlus starts on Tuesday, January 26, 2016 at 12 noon local regional times and lasts until Saturday, January 30, 2016 at 12 noon local regional times. The subscriptions will start opening per region, starting with EST, CST, MST, and PST.


Source: RingPlus

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  1. I think RingPlus would be my very last choice ever. Their plans are ever changing. Maybe they are good for some customers but not for me at all...

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    1. I have the 1800 X 3 for free plan, and I love it.
      You gotta pay attention, but it's worth it.

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  2. really don't see how this makes financial sense it and from the sound of the trouble Sprint is in who knows how long it will last
    but I guess it's one of those get it while you can deals
    still makes you wonder about giving them credit card or debit card numbers.

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  3. Most of the ringplus free plans are like just interchanging data,minutes and text limits..that it.nothing new.

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  4. I had not looked at ringplus in a long time. It goes to show they can not get traction enough they are giving away 1Gb LTE! Freedompop has been doing this but not 1Gb. Hm . . . Time to think about ringplus although it sounds like a big hassle to get one of these plans.

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    1. Not much of a hassle at all. Go to best buy. Purchase $39.99 moto e. Come home, sign up, enjoy.

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    2. Not a hassle at all if you're not a box of rocks, although I see alot of really stupid people on discourse--the flood gates were opened to stupidity about 6 month ago!

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    3. People flood discourse because the phones and web ticket systems go unanswered for days. Their support staff must be like one or two people. If the automated system doesn't work, turning to community forums is pretty much your only hope ...

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    4. I think what JB is referring to is the people who see FREE and jump in blindly without any research whatsoever. RingPlus is definitely not for the uninitiated, but if you know what you're getting into, you're comfortable with their plans, and good at figuring out stuff yourself, it will probably work out for you.

      I have set up MANY family members with a large age range on RingPlus and wouldn't let anyone of them try to do it themselves. In over a year of doing this, they have had no complaints.

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  5. I started using R+ a month ago, porting my number to a 1800 3x plan using a Sprint Moto E. I have received satisfactory service so far, not needing to contact CS for any reason. Last week, I set up a new VM Moto G for my significant other, and haven't had any problems so far. Of course, YMMV!

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  6. whats the best lower end phone for R+ i need to buy something. Thanks

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    1. I like the Moto E LTE, it's responsive, has little bloatware, great reception, the screen is better than most in it's price class. It's rootable and the bootloader can be unlocked. The camera is a weak point but it has autofocus and works for me for depositing checks and reading QR Codes.

      Some users complain about call quality issues but I think that's more Sprint and RingPlus than the phone.

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    2. If you just want to go the flip-phone route, I have two family members on the Sprint Prepaid Alcatel OneTouch Retro and they love it. The phone can usually be had for about $15 or less than $10 if on sale.

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    3. Have to agree with Dennis on the MOTO E LTE. Great phone for next to nothing.

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  7. I had seen that ring plus had roaming issues. Have the issues been resolved?

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    1. As far as I know, its still not possible to enable roaming on RingPlus accounts.

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  8. They're charging more for less? Pass.

    Hopefully they won't start offering plans that require a $25 balance at all times.

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