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RingPlus Offers New Beyond - Free Plan

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RingPlus has a new free plan offering for new lines. Whether you're a Member+ or not, you can take advantage of the new Beyond - Free Plan promotion which runs from March 8, 2016 12 PM until March 12, 2016 11 PM.

The new Beyond - Free Plan comes with

  • 2,000 minutes
  • 2,000 texts
  • 1,600 MB of 3G Data
A $20 top up is required to cover overages at 2 cents. The plan also comes with a 1,000 MB LTE that can be availed as an add on for only $8.99 for Member + and $12.99 for regular members. In order to get the free plan, RingPlus requires a review of 1 or more cell phone carrier with a link provided upon sign up.

Important note: RingPlus' new Beyond - Free Plan only comes with 3G data and not 4G LTE.


Source: RingPlus

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  1. Why they put extra charge for MMS?

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    1. Because not everything in life is free. Understand?

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  2. Existing customers ?
    And what if you have $2 in your account, do you have to have more for an initial top up when switching to one free plan to another?

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    1. You generally can't switch from one free plan to another. Most free plans, including this one, are for new activations only.

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  3. If it's only for new lines why it available as an upgrade!?

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    1. The Beyond plan is not available as an upgrade, new lines only.

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    2. There's no mention of an upgrade anywhere in the article! An Add On is different from an upgrade.

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    3. but, take a look, the beyond plan is actually showing up as a plan that can upgrade to for our lines!

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    4. The RingPlus Beyond Plan IS available as an upgrade for existing customers.

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    5. The Beyond Plan shows up in my RingPlus dashboad as a plan you can upgrade to. However RingPlus' forum post says it's for new lines only. If you upgrade there's a possibility that RingPlus might roll your upgrade back on the grounds that you weren't supposed to be able to upgrade.

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  4. if it is throttled to 3G speed, it may slow down to 256kbps. The actually Sprint 3G speed where I live is not that bad, usually registering about 3Mbps.

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  5. 3G would be fine if this was GSM.

    The problem is, it isn't.

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    1. Huh? My Verizon 3G was as fast or faster than Tmobile's HSPA.

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  6. 3G is more like LTE throttled down to 2G (128K) based on speedtest run by SlickDeals memebers. This is a REALLY bad deal even if its free.

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  7. Several users who signed up for this new 3G plan have all reported slow throttled speeds of around 0.15Mbps to 0.25Mbps, which makes it essentially dial up. It's not 3G but more like 2G. False advertising on the part of RingPlus.

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  8. I just don't see how they have a sustainable business model. How long will they last. (rhetorical question)

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  9. WARNING! just signed up for the beyond plan and it's NOT 3g! it's 2g! every speed test is the same at 250k don't sign up for this plan it's unusable! WARNING!

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    1. oh come on. its good enough. getting 2-3mb speed over here on my phone set down to 3G. you are probably in a sucky area.

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  10. Re: WARNING.

    It's not unusable. Well, assuming Sprint is OK for you. If Sprint coverage is good for you, for a one-time payment of $20, you get a hefty amount of talk minutes, hefty amount of texts, and actual data...which, while slow, will still let you get weather, look up phone numbers on Google, send emails.

    250K is dog slow, yes. But let's put this into perspective. The price is extremely low. It's not like you are paying $20 a month for it.

    In fact, if you average out the initial payment, and allow for some SMS and other overruns to initiate a second top-up, we're talking about less than $4 a month for the service. That's not a bad deal, is it? Be real.

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    1. I guess you're right.... I already got used to the slower speed

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  11. if only their voicemail worked

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    1. disabled voicemail on our ringplus phones. voicemail is worthless. dont want it. dont need it. we just text if cant get a hold of via voice. the only voicemails are typically telemarketer calls or wrong number calls that we get. so we have no good reason for wanting voicemail.

      anyways, ringplus is so screwed up with its voicemail. why bother. just disable it.

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    2. I guess you could use google voicemail?

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    3. Voicemail works fine for me on RingPlus.
      I guess you guys just don't know how to use it.

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  12. I need a simple phone for my elderly technophobic mother. She won't use data nor a smartphone.

    Will a new Boost or Virgin flip phone work on Ringplus?

    Can I disable / block the outgoing call message? It would worry her.

    Thank you

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    1. Virgin and Boost flip phones do work on RingPlus. You can not disable RingPlus Radio (the ads).

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  13. The RingPlus "radio" ad model seems like a fail as far as business goes. All the ones I hear advertise songs on a music service which runs on only some phones.

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  14. I have some top up money already. Do I need to add up to $20 to keep the plan

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    1. No, your card will automatically be charged $20 if and when your balance reaches zero.

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