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RingPlus Offers New Legends 6 Promotion


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RingPlus has unveiled its latest free cell plan promotion for this week-- the Legends 6 Promotion: Limited Edition 1. According to their announcement, the new plan started on February 21, 2016 and will last until February 24, 2016. Here's the inclusions of the plan:

Walter Hagen Free Plan
For this week only, RingPlus is offering the Walter Hagen Free Plan at $0/month. The plan includes 2,000 minutes, 2,000 texts, and 1,000 MB of 4G LTE data. Unlimited RingPlus-to-RingPlus talk and text is included in the promotion.

If you want to get this plan, you will need to have $20 Top Up to cover overages. Once this balance reaches $0, another $20 will be charged to your credit card on file automatically as a new Top Up balance. The Walter Hagen Free Plan is available to both new subscriptions or current members who will be activating a new line.

The plan under the promotion may be accessed by Bringing Your Own Device over to RingPlus or by purchasing a phone or SIM card throughout the promo duration period. When you sign up, RingPlus will ask you to link your Twitter account so that it may post about the service offered by RingPlus.

If you are interested in the Walter Hagen Free Plan, you only have until Wednesday this week to activate it.


Source: RingPlus




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  1. Ring+ seems going to uglier..

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  2. Already have three active lines with RingPlus, and I hope the marketing push brings in sufficient revenue to keep the service operating.

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    1. Ring plus needs paying customers.

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  3. I've been with them for about six months now. No complaints.

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  4. I have had one of the "free" plans ($ for top up) for few months already and I'm very happy with it, but I fail to see the business logic behind this plethora of temporary plans with a myriad of service combinations for voice, text and data.

    I'm not counting but there must have been already like forty or more option offered so far. It's ridiculous. It makes the thirty Pho soup menu options of the Vietnamese restaurant I frequent seem reasonable.

    It this was some part of some marketing research as they said originally, it has already past their time. So there must be something else. I wouldn't port a number I don't want to lose on any of those plan, or may be with R+ at all.

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  5. On my Ring+ phone it says the network is Chameleon, does anybody know what is meant by that? (my guess is Sprint does not want it's name associated with Ring+ call quality).

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    1. Mine Says that too, on the pull down at the bottom of the notification panel. Have no idea what it means!

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    2. On my Kyocera it just lists Kyocera as the network. It's a Virgin Mobile phone, nowhere in settings or about phone does it mention sprint or Virgin Mobile.

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    3. It's not just RingPlus. The Chameleon network appears on phones on other Sprint MVNOs and even on Sprint phones that have been switched to Boost and back to Sprint. According to a post on XDA, Is there a fix for the "Chameleon", it's a feature that Sprint has that lets MVNOs customize Sprint phones. Newer Sprint phones are delivered with network name "Chameleon" and no network branding or bloatware. Sprint adds those OTA when the user activates on Sprint, Boost or Virgin.

      MVNOs can customize these Chameleon phones OTA with their own network name, boot animation, apps, etc. Most MVNOs don't bother.

      The XDA thread has some ways to change the network back to Sprint if you want.

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    4. Dennis, so is the Chameleon network the exact same as the Sprint network, just with a different name, or is it another "inferior" network, or a watered down version of the true Sprint network?
      Your post seems to imply that it is the same network, but then why would someone on XDA want to "change the network back to Sprint" if it already IS Sprint (just with a different name)?

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  6. If someone activated a new sprint phone on ring plus (aka as Dennis has shown some good deals) then wants to use it on boost or a Sprint network is it possible or is it locked to ring plus?or Would it still have to be used for a year on ring plus if they last that long!!

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    1. I had this same question several months ago when I signed up with RingPlus, and as far as I remember, the phone is not locked to RP, and there is no commitment to RP. You can have RP for a month, decide you don't like it, and then just re-activate the phone with Boost/Sprint.

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    2. When you activate a phone on RingPlus, I think the MEID is moved to the PLBL db. If you later want to use it on a Sprint plan again, someone (or automation) has to move the MEID back to the SPCS db before it can be activated. RingPlus should be able to do this; Ting did it for me once.
      Please correct this info if it is no longer correct.

      If you have a Boost phone, a Boost ID will show up in the Sprint system, and Sprint may refuse to activate it with Sprint plans. I don't know whether Boost can activate one of 'their' phones directly if the MEID is in the PLBL db. Some have reported that Boost refused to activate their Boost phone because it had been domestic SIM unlocked, and the Boost/Virgin TOS say this might happen.

      If you want to check whether a Sprint network phone has a prepaid label, run the MEID through the RingPlus check. The label may be returned as part of the phone description. A Boost iPhone 5S, for example, has BST BOX SGL as part of the lable. A Virgin 5S will return VMU BOX SGL. A Sprint iPhone 5S just returns SGL, without the rest.

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    3. If you run a PLBL MEID through RingPlus' NEID checker it's supposed to push the MEID back to Sprint.

      Source: Unable to activate a SPRINT phone previously activated on Ring + - Help & Support - RingPlus Discourse

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  7. Wish I understood the $19.99 data only plan. Can I use a phone's hot-spot add the Data only part basically so I don't have to buy about me hot-spot or tablet?

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    1. Rembrandt is not really a data-only plan because you can call, WiFi call, text or use MMS on a paygo basis.
      Hotspot may be an optional service like it is on other RingPlus plans.
      Just chat with them and ask whether it's included or optional.

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    2. Good point, I didn't consider that the plan lists overages for talk and text. Thanks for pointing that out.

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    3. According the RingPlus Rembrandt; "...is for data-only devices (e.g., iPads)" so it may not be available to a phone users.

      It's also the only current free plan that does require an auto top up which suggests to me that RingPlus doesn't expect Rembrandt customers to use voice or texts on a pay as you go basis which makes sense for a data only plan.

      Zach, were do you see that the plan lists overage rates for talk and text?

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    4. Just look on the RingPlus plan list, and you will see all the overage rates.
      Either the RingPlus plan table is wrong, or your 12/31/15 article describing this plan is wrong.

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    5. You're right, it does list overage rates for Rembrandt. It also says data only. Typical RingPlus ambiguity.

      Any readers using Rembrant? Can you make calls or send texts?

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  8. Dennis +1 on ring plus ambiguity.I'd just switch to it but I don't want to loose $20 if I can't use data, the cheap Kyocera event is the only phone I've used on ring plus where the native hot-spot is even listed on the phone and works as well, ace that's on the $13 Miro plan that officially doesn't even allow tethering, funny because I had another identical Kyocera event that does not even list a tethering app. Basically I'm afraid to let this phone do any kind of updates because I'm afraid it's tethering option will disappear! I also have a brand new VM kyocera hydro vibe that doesn't list tethering anywhere on the phone, even though it's supposedly an option on Virgin mobile. Maybe it disappeared after activation since I swapped it before even opening the box and turning it on, I have a paid and free plan and I really don't need both, my free plan is actually better but I have $50 on my paid plan that I don't want to forfeit. I love the self service for the most part, swaps abs plan changes via the s
    Dash board are a big plus to me.

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  9. Dennis +1 on ring plus ambiguity.I'd just switch to it but I don't want to loose $20 if I can't use data, the cheap Kyocera event is the only phone I've used on ring plus where the native hot-spot is even listed on the phone and works as well, ace that's on the $13 Miro plan that officially doesn't even allow tethering, funny because I had another identical Kyocera event that does not even list a tethering app. Basically I'm afraid to let this phone do any kind of updates because I'm afraid it's tethering option will disappear! I also have a brand new VM kyocera hydro vibe that doesn't list tethering anywhere on the phone, even though it's supposedly an option on Virgin mobile. Maybe it disappeared after activation since I swapped it before even opening the box and turning it on, I have a paid and free plan and I really don't need both, my free plan is actually better but I have $50 on my paid plan that I don't want to forfeit. I love the self service for the most part, swaps abs plan changes via the s
    Dash board are a big plus to me.

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  10. I was wondering about the tethering too, maybe the Rembrandt plan is the same as the other $20 plan but allows tethering?!

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  11. The data only 2gig $20 plan isn't an exceptional deal, fair but not exceptional. But I have a cheap Virgin mobile phone that let's me tether, the only one out of 6 of them I swap in and out over 2 accounts. It's 3g only but I don't want to invest any more money in ring plus equipment for now, I basically want to use it as a 3g only hot-spot which I do now but I've read it's $1.99 a day to tether! On top of your data usage, so far the week I've been tethering ring plus hasn't hit my account for any fees, just regular data. Thanks for all the insight. Dennis, I hope ring plus reads your site!

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  12. Just one more tidbit, the 1gig add on for $8 is gone from the menu, I know it was there because I added it last week, 500 mb is now the highest data add on for $7. Lol ring plus will be the death of me! But I'm seriously thinking about making it my sole provider if I can just get a few more details down (details ring plus doesn't even seem to know).

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    1. have five phones for family on ringplus. but would not trust my main primary number on ringplus. would never port a number to ringplus. just read the horror stories in the ringplus discourse forum where people are stuck in limbo trying to port their numbers. doesn't happen to everyone but really never want to take a chance. particularly when they don't have much of a customer service department. just get a new number when get on ringplus and say goodbye to that number whenever you leave ringplus. for a crazy service like ringplus that throws all sorts of promos around, as well as the every other month (or every month it seems) outages, you really should not trust ringplus with your primary phone.

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