Ting is a cellphone service provider that I have used for over 3 years. I like it because it has good service and can cost less than $15/month, post-paid, with no contracts. You can use most Sprint-branded and unlocked phones on Ting. Ting supports both CDMA and GSM phones.
I previously had cellphone service with Verizon and AT&T. Ting is less hassle and less money, but the Sprint CDMA network used by Ting has a smaller footprint, so in remote areas the signal strength might not be as strong.
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