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Bring your own device (BYOD) and sign up

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Last updated by Maitlan Brouwer

Do you want to make the move to Ting? Unsure if your device will work? Need a hand getting started? We have you covered. 

 

1. Go to ting.com and click on BYOD.

 

2. If you've got a referral link, don't go directly to Ting.com; use your referral link to come to the website instead. Your link should look something like this after you hit enter. Click on BYOD from there.

 

3. Enter your device's ESN/MEID, enter the Captcha (if prompted), then click Check. We'll check to see if your device can make the move to Ting.

 
 
4. Multi-Network phones have the ability to activate on either of the networks we operate on. If your device is capable, this is what you will see. Please note that all newer Smartphones require SIM cards for activation's as this is what will connect you to the network. 
 
 
 

5. Now it's time to create your Ting account.

 
 

 

6. Fill in the fields that appear below. The e-mail address you enter here is how we’ll communicate with you for billing and verification. Make sure it’s a valid one that you check regularly. Your password will need to be at least 10 characters long. When you've got that all filled in click Sign Up.

 
 
 
 
7. Click activate. If prompted enter your device IMEI/MEID and ICCID (SIM card number).
 

 

To complete the activation of your device, take a look at our activation guide to find the right process you require.

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Comments

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    Nancy Holycross

    I need a SIM card before I can continue.

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    Bruce Osborne

    Nancy,

    This is an old thread and Ting now has 2 services. Ting CDMA on Sprint and the new Ting GSM on T-Mobile. They use different SIM cards.You can choose your SIM at https://ting.com/shop/sim

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    James Virkus

    Wait, what about a Verizon device?

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    Bruce Osborne

    Sprint does not permit Verizon devices on Ting CDMA.
    Some domestically unlocked Verizon devices "sort of" work on Ting GSM with a Ting SIM but Verizon firmware on the phone can make configuration challenging or not possible.

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