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DISH Network today announced that it has chosen Tucows as a technology partner for its retail wireless business – and has part of the deal has acquired Ting Mobile assets, including customer relationships, from Tucows. Effective August 1, 2020, most Ting Mobile customers across the U.S. became customers of DISH. These customers will continue to use their Read more…

ZIP SIM, a Ting owned MVNO that catered to incoming (US) travelers has announced they will shut down effective June 30. To call COVID-19’s impact on travel, “severe” would be an understatement. As a business built on enabling communication for travelers, ZIP SIM has, unsurprisingly, been significantly affected. As a result, we regret to inform you that Read more…

Last year, Ting made the news a few times. First it was reported they were dropping Sprint. Then it was reported they were dropping T-Mobile. Now, they’re announcing they are not dropping any of their current networks. And they’re doing it in a video, which is embedded below. When it made the announcement last year, Ting was Read more…

**Updated 7/12/19 12:01PM** Ting has a new information page up. You can see it here. **Updated 7/11/19 – 7:41 AM** – Ting has posted a transcript which includes clarifying statements from their CEO. You can read it here. —————- So, yesterday, a story was published on how Ting, which bought FreedomPop’s CDMA business, left Sprint and was Read more…

**Updated 7/12/19 12:01PM – Ting has a new info page up. You can see it here. **Updated 7/11/19 – 7:41 AM** – Ting has posted a transcript which includes clarifying statements from their CEO. You can read it here. ** Updated 7/9/19 – 6:46 PM** – the page on the Ting website that’s referenced in the original Read more…

Per an article on PrepaidPhoneNews (link below) Boom! Mobile sent out an email to it’s Sprint based customers explaining the decision of the company and details of a Ting-exclusive offer that affected customers can opt for. All customers that use a Sprint (CDMA) device on Boom! Mobile will be moved to Ting Mobile, an industry-leading service provider Read more…

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