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RingPlus to Offer New Member Clubhouses and Double or Cut Promos

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RingPlus, an MVNO operating under Sprint, has long been known for the many different promotions it offers to its customers. Earlier today, the company announced that they will be running two new promotion types that aims to have RingPlus' services reach more people. Here are the new changes RingPlus is making to its promotions:

Member Clubhouses

RingPlus has been gearing up to introduce a number of venues they plan to introduce as a clubhouse. These establishments can be found in key cities around the country and include coffee shops, restaurants, bars, nail salons, barbershops, bowling allies, skating rinks, mini golf, and sky diving places. Just like its name suggests, these places will serve as a venue for people to hang out and socialize with other people. In addition to this, they can purchase RingPlus services and products as well as UICCID RingPlus SIM Cards and Discount Codes. There are some clubhouses that will also offer phones. And in order to activate your device, the clubhouses will provide free internet.

According to the announcement, RingPlus will be announcing the first clubhouse location on Saturday, August 6th. You may see a list of the clubhouses on RingPlus social as well as by listening to your RingPlus Radio Station. You will receive an SMS with the location of the clubhouse by pressing 5.

Double or Cut Promos

RingPlus has tweaked around their promos so that they would appeal to both Members and Member+. Called Double or Cut promos, these will give customers larger allotments. Whenever a Double or Cut promo is available, Members and Member+ will be able to vote for a plan posted on the website on that day. In addition to this, RingPlus will be running one Double or Cut promo at any given day. But for sure, the MVNO plans to do something special on Tuesdays. While they intend to change the plan offers on the website, something different may also be offered. Customers may start casting their votes at 8am until 9pm Pacific. Plans will be then announced on the same day and will be offered until the next day for new subscriptions between 4pm and 8pm Pacific.

Customers who wish to upgrade may do so the following day from 7pm Pacific until the offer is no longer available. So that everything will be fair for customers, RingPlus has reserved the upgrades for individuals who have actively participated in the voting process and for Member+. In doing so, they can reward active Members and Member+ customers and give each one a fair chance of getting an upgrade.

What do you think of these two new changes RingPlus has planned for its promotions?


Source: RingPlus Social

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  1. total utter nonsense and a waste of time

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  2. they need to stop doing research studies bc the participants are lying about what people want in a cell phone plan/company... looks like they're only doing the research study the cash

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  3. so sad to see a company desperately try to be different but at the same time be totally ridiculous

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  4. can you imagine wasting your life constantly refreshing the ring plus web site just to get a cellphone plan?

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    1. The time these people spend after more and more data for free,at some point it's obsessive.

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  5. RP has the worst gimmicks. I don't recommend their service, they keep changing things on a whim. The lack of stability is not customer friendly.

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    1. the thing are free what are you compliant about?

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    2. Should we be non-compliant instead? Would that allow upgrades and reduce latency on calls?

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    3. It's NOT free, stop calling it free. It costs money to do just about anything (data, tether, swap, port, mms, overages, M+). Listening to ads and voice latency has a cost too. Plus the frustration of using the Sprint network and the lack any customer service means you pay with your time.

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    4. "Listening to ads and voice latency has a cost too"

      No, it doesn't. THAT part is free. I'm not buying it.

      If I average what I have paid in RingPlus over 18 months of use, it comes to a couple of bucks a month.

      This for many more minutes/texts and the same amount of data and coverage I used to pay more than $35 a month on Virgin Mobile for.

      So many complaints about RingPlus are whining or nonsense. It's not high quality, come on now.

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    5. You made his point. Buying has a cost.

      So do ads. Where do you think most of the money comes from to pay NBA salaries. I'll give you a hint. Not ticket sales.

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    6. Finally someone speaks the truth.......RingPlus IS NOT FREE You can thank the "Social" misfits for that. They have been begging for higher fees for a year or more, and they are still begging for more fees? Have you ever seen a customer suggest HIGHER prices? LOL Well they do it on "Social". Look, if you can put up with the latency, the fees that nickle and dime ya to death, NO customer service, rude moderators on the forum, a new plan with higher fees every week, the ads while calling, weeks to port in a number, ZERO support except from the social forum misfits, a Member + program that is a disaster, a store selling overpriced used phones with a 15$ shipping charge taking a month to receive or perhaps the failed classifieds.
      Drink all the koolaid you want but RP IS NOT FREE and anyone that tells you it is has their head you know where!

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    7. "RingPlus IS NOT FREE"
      You are quite emphatic. How many T-Shirts and hashtags have you generated?

      Of course it is up to the reader if "free" is "free" as in free beer, free Nelson Mandela, free speech, or free Winona Ryder.

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  6. Real friends don't let friends use ringplus.

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    1. you only said that only you don't understand how rinplus work.

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  7. They said they were going to sell topup cards so people could pay with cash. That was a year ago and I haven't heard of anybody here or HoFo who has seen one. Ever.

    That's what I think about this clubhouse announcement, to be perfectly honest. Although I admit the prospect of bowling allies sounds intriguing.

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  8. This was a silly idea submitted by the "Social Forum" fanboy/shills.
    They put all the stupid ideas in a hat and draw a new idea every few weeks
    just to keep the fanboys thinking that they had the best idea this week.
    I can only hope this cluhouse idea doesn't ruin one of our local coffee spots infesting it with these kool-aid drinking fanboys.

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    1. Complete misinformation. This was entirely RingPlus idea, and the community never voted on it or suggested it. RingPlus is the leader in new ideas and are setting the example that other businesses will envy as RingPlus continues to grow at a record rate. My family has saved well over $1000 since canceling Verizon and getting RingPlus.

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    2. RingPlus is a complete joke. So much so that they had to introduce regular paid plans because people hated the ad service so much. No matter, once the company runs out of venture capital they'll shut down. Karl himself said they're not making any money. Once all of Karl's Boy's drain all that capital they'll do an about face. It costs money to run a network and Sprint of all companies can't run of goodwill.

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    3. What do you mean the "shills" invade your local coffee shops and ruin the atmosphere? what specifically do they do?

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    4. "...our local coffee spots....kool-aid drinking fanboys."

      I think there's a mixed metaphor going on here...

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  9. A friend got me started on R+. I am loving it. He says he's saved $900. I have only save $160 so far, but that will go up a lot in the coming months!

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  10. The only reason I read posts about ring plus is not because I find any value in them. Anything attached to Sprint as a "network", I'm automatically uninterested regardless of it being free or not.
    I do love however how people get all excited and argue whether this is a good thing or not. The two sides go to war and I just sit back and look...

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    1. TheCatDetectorVanAugust 5, 2016 at 9:02 AM

      No, No No! An ARGUMENT is an INTELLECTUAL PROCESS! Arguing whether SPRINT is a good thing or not is simply CONTRADICTION or the automatic gainsaying of anything the other person says. (Ummm, you were speaking of SPRINT AS A "NETWORK?" Yes?

      LOL! I'm with you. It is entertaining. Yes!

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    2. The forum becomes really entertaining. I love it how the moderators immediately shut down a thread when the postings start to go negative. The reason the cheerleaders push Karl for higher top-ups is because the are scared of losing their FREE plans. It's daily cat fight amongst the haters and the cheerleaders and I love to just sit back and laugh.

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    3. I know better than any daily soap on tv...pass the popcorn please...

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    4. Maybe more like Jerry Springer.

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  11. Pretty soon everybody is going to be on a free plan and wonder where all the money coming to pay for all the free plan. I myself have 7 free plans with over over 3k on each plan.

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  12. conducting a phone call on ring plus is impossible unless you count to two after every sentence BC of the lag.... it's pretty hysterical finding yourself doing it.... I ONLY use them for the free data.... other than that they're useless

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    1. I conduct MANY phone calls on RingPlus and have experienced no lag whatsoever that I can detect. It's as good as I was getting on T-mobile. I have lengthy discussions with my girlfriend and friends sometimes pushing 3000 minutes in a mont on my Momentum RingPlus plan. That data is full speed LTE, and it uses REAL cellular voice, not VoIP like Freedompop and others MVNO's. Really, switching to RingPlus might be the single best thing I've ever done to save money. I have convinced 2 friends to switch over already, and 3 more said they might when their contracts on their existing service is fulfilled. They are really jealous how much $$$ I'm ahead already. hahahaahahahahaha

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    2. Sprint's a pretty bad network. I have "acceptable" call quality where I have 2 or 3 bars of Sprint. I would imagine it must be terrible where there's 1 bar.

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  13. I think they're fantastic ideas!

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    1. Of course you do however I have a different definition of fantastic
      and it has nothing to do with a failing business that seems to run on a shoe string and rubber bands. I would not be surprised if they incorporate Pokemon Go somehow into their juvenile plans. I guess the plans have to match the membership.

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  14. I guess I am somewhere in the middle. I would not pay for something like RingPlus because it is on 3rd-rate Sprint.

    But I like having the data for tether (in places where it can be used). And the voice minutes for backup. I DO listen to and interact with the ads. It's only fair. I wish the ads were better targeted.

    Selling iTunes songs (which can only be played on one phone brand, which probable few using RingPlus have) seems like a total fail.

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  15. I think I heard that if you go to one of their coffee house locations and you buy a "club" sandwich for $25 bucks then they will give you 30 days of free data and a used loaner phone for free for 90 days. But after 30 days you have to buy a club sandwich at that location once a week for the next 10 years.

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    1. You watch, some fanboy will make that sound like a great deal. LOL

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  16. Criticisms aside and much of which I actually agree with, but........1000T/1000T/1000MB w/1000MMS included w/5c overages for straight up Sprint Service that bypasses the R+ servers and the RBT for $5 + Tax, is a Bargain to say the least!
    Double Fert Plan 
    Opening as a New Addition  
    For new line a Sunday August 7 4:00 pm-8 pm 

    https://social.ringplus.net/discussion/7034/double-fert-plan#latest

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    1. "Double Fert Plan"

      Is that a typo? If not, I will hold my nose at a double-fert.

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  17. You forgot to mention that the $4.99 is per month...not a one time fee. You also forgot to mention that this is Member+ with paid upgrades. Also you fail to mention that the number of available slots for upgrades will be based on the number of NEW signups. I have seen posts regarding the bypass of RP servers and those people have said that there is no improvement in latency. So, "with all criticism aside" I think that RP thinks member numbers will increase if they can continue to dazzle people with word games and hidden rules. Look I use RP myself but stating that some of these plans now being offer are bargains is simply a case of brainwash. The clubhouse sales locations are laughable at best it appears they are running out of ideas to keep the high data users interested. I guess the volunteers akaLTD, hhfpphone, Chelle and subhobroto are just not keeping up with their cheer leading shills..oops meant skills.

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    1. I don't see any mention of Double Fert requiring Member+ in the announcement. It says "Open to all for New Activations". Am I missing something?

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    2. "You forgot to mention that the $4.99 is per month...not a one time fee."

      You are correct, it is $5/mo.+ tax. A deal by anyone's standard IMO.

      "You also forgot to mention that this is Member+ with paid upgrades. Also you fail to mention that the number of available slots for upgrades will be based on the number of NEW signups."

      This for new activations as well as upgrades and the upgrades will be based on how many new activations. It does not require Member+.

      "I have seen posts regarding the bypass of RP servers and those people have said that there is no improvement in latency."

      This garbage you present is unfounded and borders on complete fabrication! I currently have a Fert Plan and several Free Plans and there is a distinct difference in service quality.

      "I think that RP thinks member numbers will increase if they can continue to dazzle people with word games and hidden rules. Look I use RP myself but stating that some of these plans now being offer are bargains is simply a case of brainwash"

      This all just mumbo jumbo and hyperbole, there is not one Sprint MVNO that can match the price of any of these Sprint only Network plans aka "Mad Plans" and certainly not 1000/1000/1000/1000 for $5/mo.

      "The clubhouse sales locations are laughable at best it appears they are running out of ideas to keep the high data users interested."

      I would agree.

      "I guess the volunteers akaLTD, hhfpphone, Chelle and subhobroto are just not keeping up with their cheer leading shills..oops meant skills."

      I would agree with your assessment of those mentioned and would add the rest of the Ring Plus sanitation crew minions.
      You will just have to take me at my word when I say, I am not one of them!

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  18. Can't beat a Cricket group plan, so into the trash it goes.

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  19. Sure are a lot of Att , Tmobile and Verizon employees posting trash here . I heard all 3 created a task force to try and run down Ringplus because ringplus is killing them .

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    1. You are right, because in Q2 2016, RingPlus subscribers surpassed the combined total for T-Mobile, AT&T, and Verizon.

      Little is known of this top secret task force other than a leaked photo of John Legere in Ninja garb.

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