When will you come to my neighborhood?
That’s what we’re trying to figure out! Think of your pre-order as a vote for your neighborhood. The more votes your community gets, the faster we’ll get there.
Getting the word out to your fellow neighbors or neighborhood homeowners' association so more people that pre-order and cast their votes is the absolute best thing you can do to speed things along.
We’ll be sending updates from time to time to everyone who places a pre-order. You can also check out our blog pages to stay up to date on all things Ting Internet.
What incentive is there for pre-ordering?
Beyond increasing the demand for your area pre-ordering gives you a free standard installation when we do expand into your neighborhood as well as a free month of service.*
The $9 will be deducted from your first month of service when you sign up for service down the road. If we don't make it to a particular neighborhood, we'll refund all deposits. These can also be refunded at any time if you reach out by contacting us at 1-855-846-4626.
*free month of service is applied to the second month of active service.
I don't see an option to pre-order
Every sign-up helps, so if you want Ting to come to your town, the best thing to do is fill out our Bring Ting to my town form and let us know. Interest from residents is part of how we gauge where we should be looking to lay down fiber next. A critical mass interest makes it way more likely that we'll look there.
If you're curious about the kinds of things that make a town a more likely destination for Ting Internet, look no further!
Let your community leaders know
In communities like Westminster, where our partner is the city (or town) government, community leaders need to be part of the solution. It helps a lot if they know that their residents are ready for the type of Internet that Ting offers to come to their community. So lobby your mayor, councilperson, or other municipal representatives. It helps.
We're only sort of kidding about that. We think Ting towns are lovely places to live in, but we're biased. :)