Originally Posted by Skratte
Ting charges by the Minutes/Texts/Megabytes, so depending on how much you use, it could be cheaper, equal or more expensive.
They charge per month, but you get credited or charged the difference based on what you actually use.
They are also getting the HTC EVO 4G LTE, Motorola Photon Q (LTE), LT Viper and the Kyocera Rise shortly. They are working on getting the iPhone.
They have access to Sprint's LTE network now(small at the moment), but the kicker for me is, they roam on Verizon, just like Sprint phones do.
That is interesting, I looked into them a while back but I don't think they had any decent phones. If they've really got the ability to roam on Verizon I'd consider signing up.
Where do you see roaming? All I see is "Ting service is provided on the Nationwide Sprint Network.