1. pwrof3's Avatar
    Ting, a MVNO running the Sprint network, will be supporting the HTC Arrive around the beginning of November.
    Yes, that is after Win Ph 8 comes out, but if you still use and love your Arrive and do not plan on upgrading for a while, Ting will give you full costumer support.
    I have an Arrive and will be activating it with them as soon as they enable BYOD in November. I figure that will sustain me until I can afford the HTC 8x on another network.

    The best part about Ting is that you pay only for what you use and there are no contracts. I will be getting 500 minutes a month, 100 texts and 1GB of data for only $42 per month.

    http://www.ting.com
    09-29-2012 12:16 PM
  2. alpinestars1z's Avatar
    Ting, a MVNO running the Sprint network, will be supporting the HTC Arrive around the beginning of November.
    Yes, that is after Win Ph 8 comes out, but if you still use and love your Arrive and do not plan on upgrading for a while, Ting will give you full costumer support.
    I have an Arrive and will be activating it with them as soon as they enable BYOD in November. I figure that will sustain me until I can afford the HTC 8x on another network.

    The best part about Ting is that you pay only for what you use and there are no contracts. I will be getting 500 minutes a month, 100 texts and 1GB of data for only $42 per month.

    http://www.ting.com
    I haven't used Ting, but I like them. I just don't like how they use the Sprint network. I haven't heard great things about Sprint. I know they're trying to upgrade their network right now, but until then, I'm not going to try switching. Plus, I really dislike the selection of phones and how Sprint isn't interested in WP8, although Ting does appear to be interested.
    09-29-2012 12:25 PM
  3. palandri's Avatar
    Ting, a MVNO running the Sprint network, will be supporting the HTC Arrive around the beginning of November.
    Yes, that is after Win Ph 8 comes out, but if you still use and love your Arrive and do not plan on upgrading for a while, Ting will give you full costumer support.
    I have an Arrive and will be activating it with them as soon as they enable BYOD in November. I figure that will sustain me until I can afford the HTC 8x on another network.

    The best part about Ting is that you pay only for what you use and there are no contracts. I will be getting 500 minutes a month, 100 texts and 1GB of data for only $42 per month.

    http://www.ting.com
    I bet Cricket could do that also. Just saying. :)
    09-29-2012 12:42 PM
  4. pwrof3's Avatar
    I haven't used Ting, but I like them. I just don't like how they use the Sprint network. I haven't heard great things about Sprint. I know they're trying to upgrade their network right now, but until then, I'm not going to try switching. Plus, I really dislike the selection of phones and how Sprint isn't interested in WP8, although Ting does appear to be interested.
    Well, as for the Sprint network, I currently use Tracfone, which uses AT&T and it is awful. My wife uses Sprint and she seems to have no problems with connections, except the 3G goes out every now and then.

    Even if Sprint does not support Windows 8, Ting has said they will be getting one (which, I assume, means that Sprint will be getting one, since Ting can only run Sprint phones at the moment).
    09-29-2012 12:44 PM
  5. pwrof3's Avatar
    I bet Cricket could do that also. Just saying. :)
    Haha! Oh probably. But, I like Ting and I've never used Cricket, so I can't really comment on them.
    palandri likes this.
    09-29-2012 12:45 PM
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