If someone is getting Government income or food stamps. Can or is Ting willing to give a discount?
I see on the rate page and here is what I picked for example:
1 phone line $6.00
2100 mins for $35.00
4801 text for $11
10 gigs for $100.00 (I know not everyone uses 10 gigs but if you love listening to music as I do it adds up quickly)
OR maybe you use this as your only form of internet.
That is $152.00
If you do that for a family of 4. That is $42.50 or 170.00.
There is another company (not gonna say who it is) that offers $25.00 unlimited everything. prepaid I think or maybe post pay. (Not sure if they charge a line fee)
I know companies like VZW post pay include texting and calling unlimited. (Not sure how they do it but I am sure they charge way more.
I just got off chat with someone from Ting and they say for example if I picked a 3 GIG of data and only use 1 gig or less that is what I am charged.
SO if someone like myself is on food stamps or gov income that would come as a shocker to have to pay as I said $152.00 when they only make $700 and have to pay rent and other bills.
I HOPE this all makes since?
When you use above 2GB of data you pay $20 plus $10 for each additional gigabyte.