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RingPlus Offers Tethering Options and New Pay As You Go Plan

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RingPlus has a new promotion available starting July 7th, 1PM Pacific and will end on July 10th, 1PM Pacific. The promotion includes tethering options to be added onto their current plans as well as a new Pay As You Go Plan that already includes tethering.

Tethering Options

The ongoing promotion offered by RingPlus gives its users a couple of options for tethering:

  • Tethering for Free Plans: $3.64 per month
  • Tethering for Premium Plans: $1.99 per month
Either of these options are available to any of the plans currently being offered by the MVNO. You may head over to their website to find out more about the free and premium plans they offer.

Millikan: Pay As You Go Plan

In addition to the tethering options they offer, RingPlus has a new Pay As You Go plan that already comes with tethering. This new plan offers:
  • $0 per month if not used
  • 2¢ overage for minutes, texts and MMS
  • Mobile data is available as an Add On starting at 1GB
  • $15.99 + tax per GB on data overage 
  • Unused data is rolled over for 6 months
  • $20 Top Up required at activation 
As RingPlus points out, this new Pay As You Go plan is an excellent choice for low data usage members. There are even cheap Add Ons that may be purchased to turn this plan into one with unlimited talk and text. Unfortunately, since it does not have a base allotment, it is not considered as a free plan. And without the unlimited package or Add Ons, it could be very expensive to use if you are a heavy user.

Add Ons available for the Millikan plan include:
  • Voice and SMS/ MMS Unlimited: $9.99 + tax per month
  • 200MB full speed LTE: $3 + tax per month
  • 1GB full speed LTE: $13.99 + tax per month
  • 200 International minutes to special destinations: $3 + tax per month
The Millikan Pay As You Go plan is available for new registration and current member upgrades. For current members who wish to avail this plan, if the current top up balance is less than $15.99, an auto-top up of $20 + tax will be applied.

For more information about this current promotion, visit RingPlus' website today.



Source: RingPlus

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  1. Don't ever remember seeing one where the audio ads can be removed.

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  2. RP's a dead end MVNO on a dead end network.

    Full priced Sprint phones cost too much to upgrade at will or plan hop, and it's not worth the extra expense when Sprint's network is going nowhere fast.

    The fact is, RP was only relevant because they could activate prepaid devices.

    Now that they can't, they've got nothing of value left to offer.

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    1. too bad. sounds like sour grapes where you missed out on getting cheap prepaid phones before Sprint dropped the FED hammer. so sad for you.

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    2. The network is poor, true. But shouldn't it be easy to put used Sprint phones on RP?

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    3. Activation is easy as long as the phone passes Sprint's financial eligibility check. The hard part is verifying that a phone will pass before buying it.

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    4. It is not in Sprint's interest to destroy RP. Perhaps they might relax FED to support them if things start going south.

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  3. I only have done this once, Dennis. And it was easy: verifying the long number on the product box in the Best Buy, even. Is it typically so much harder?

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    1. If you are buying a phone online you typically don't know the MEID until the phone arrives. It's complicated to determine which phones are supposed to work and which aren't.

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    2. Before buying a used Sprint device, I have asked the seller for the MEID so that I could check it through RingPlus. One seller was uncomfortable with that so I asked him to check it himself for me. He was happy to do that. If a seller does not want to give out the MEID or at least check it for you, just pass.

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  4. I am sure ringplus can see the impact of the blocked prepaid phones.

    Hopefully, they can figure out a way to go direct to the phone manufacturers do do something like the all provider Moto G4.

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  5. Why is Ringplus SO WIERD? $3.64 a month, why such an amount? Even dollars, fine. Whatever dollars and 99 or 98 cents, fine, there's research to support that.

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    1. If they can name plans after ninja turtles, they can do anything.

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    2. Yeah, complaints about RP cent amounts is worthy of a Bania comedy act.

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    3. Did you mean WEIRD ?

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    4. "Did you mean WEIRD ?"

      That's GOLD, Jerry. GOLD!

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  6. What are the best phones to out on RP that can go on to GSM MVNO when RP goes away? Nexus 5, what else?

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    1. Moto g4, works on all carriers

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    2. There's nothing wrong with the G4 or Nexus 5 at their respective price points. However the BEST current phones that work on all carriers would have to be the flagships, the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, Nexus 6P and the 2015 Moto X Pure Edition.

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    3. Theoretically couldn't the Galaxy S7 also be put on R+, Dennis?

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    4. As far as I know only the Sprint version of the S7 can be activated on Sprint MVNOs and it's SIM locked.

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    5. the Iphone 6 and 6+ are not all carrier phones? Only the S versions of them?

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    6. The unlocked 6 and 6 Plus are all carrier phones.

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    7. Thx Dennis. All Carrier phone should be specified in phone descriptions, instead of just Unlocked.

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  7. Btw thanks for all these updates, PPN!

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