Don Budge Free Plan
The Don Budge Free Plan comes with 1,000 minutes, 1,000 texts, and 1,000 MB of 4G LTE data for $0/month. As always, a $20 Top Up is needed for overages. If, and only if, the Top Up balance becomes $0, RingPlus will automatically charge another $20 auto Top Up from your credit card on their file. The Don Budge Free Plan is only open to new subscriptions or current members who activate new lines. If you want to get this free plan, you will have to do the following:
1. Complete a short survey during signup
2. Link your Twitter account with your RingPlus account. Allow RingPlus to auto-post about your signup, which says: "Check it out! I'm getting legendary, totally free cell service at https://ringplus.net - thanks @ringplusmobile #freecellservice #legends4 #ringplus."
Bob Feller Data Add On
For a limited time, RingPlus is offering the Bob Feller Data Add On for new and current members that want to get 2GB of 4G LTE data. The add on costs $9.99.
RingPlus also shares that promotions similar to the Bob Feller Data Add On will be available to RingPlus members who will sign up for the Member+ Program.
Throughout the duration of the Legends 4 promotion, all port-ins to RingPlus will be available for free. Those eligible for porting include all Sprint Network compatible phones and eligible non-Sprint Network compatible phones such as AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile (and their MVNOs)
RingPlus also has a couple of loaner phones available throughout the promo duration. If you are interested, you can borrow the HTC Desire 510 or the Apple iPhone 4 with a security deposit of $50 and $75, respectively. Considering these devices are just loaners, you'll need to return the phone once you are done using them so you can get your deposit back. However, the phone needs to be in good condition. This means that the phone only shows normal signs of use and that there is no cracked screen, water damage, lost, or drops. Return shipping will be shouldered from you.
RingPlus' latest Legends 4 promotion will start on February 2 at 12 Noon Pacific and run until February 6 at 12 Noon Pacific