When the list says "Samsung Galaxy S3" does it also refer to the mini?
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I'd like to know if the samsung galaxy s3 mini can use ting as its carrier

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  • Ting is going to have the S3 mini in their lineup to buy directly.

    https://ting.com/blog/device-update-samsung-galaxy-s4-and-s3-mini-htc-one-and-lte-data-devices-inbound/

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  • Thanks Rocky. As far as whether we'll be able to "BYOD" them, we don't know yet. We'll update the list when we do.

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  • Thanks so much for the update

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  • Hi, any updates on whether the Samsung S3 mini will be available? BYOD or sold by Ting directly? The size is much more appealing to me.

    Thanks

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  • Hey Gita,

    I agree, just about anything looks better as a miniature version. The good news is that we did start to sell the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini a few weeks ago. We are currently sold out but keep an eye on our Devices page for weekly updates.

    In terms of bringing it over as a BYOD device (for both the S3 and S4 Mini), we have no definite dates in place. When we do, you'll be sure to hear about it on our blog first. Cheers!

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  • Where can I find a list of devices sold by Ting directly? (Not sure whether S4 mini is available in white or if S3 mini was ever in stock)

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  • Hey Gita,

    The best and really only place to view the phones that we sell directly is here. You'll see the full list of new devices that we have to offer.

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  • Any possibility the S3 mini will be added for BYOD. I would like to bring over my daughter's unlocked S3 mini from T-Mobile

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  • Mark, 

    Since your S3 mini is not a Sprint phone, Sprint would not allow it on the network even if the Sprint S3 mini were allowed for BYOD. And the T-mobile network technology is not compatible with the Sprint network anyway.

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  • Hi Mark! Bruce is right, there's two things working against bringing over that specific device, as it isn't from Sprint and it isn't on our list of BYOD devices (even if it were from Sprint). 

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