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    RingPlus Wireless

    How they are different is that you get something other than a ringback tone when you place a call. Something such as coupons, somebody you follow social media posts, or even music. Apparently, they are finished with their beta testing and plan to launch soon. No information is on their website other than requesting your email if interested.

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    RingPlus today announced that they have signed an agreement with Sprint. Furthermore, they plan to launch q3 in New York, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. Sounds like they might be sending you local ads thus limiting users to people who live in those markets.

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    Looks like these guys are ready to open soon. Here is the pricing:

    4 Cents Plan
    Each text message sent/received will cost 4 cents
    1MB of data is 4 cents
    Each minute of voice is 4 cents
    This plan has a $25 a month minimum

    3 Cents Plan
    Each text message sent/received will cost 3 cents
    1MB of data is 3 cents
    Each minute of voice is 3 cents
    This plan has a $35 a month minimum

    2 Cents Plan
    Each text message sent/received will cost 2 cents
    1MB of data is 2 cents
    Each minute of voice is 2 cents
    This plan has a $45 a month minimum

    Options:
    $10 per month for unlimited texting.
    "First Minutes" to certain destinations.
    $15 per month for unlimited international calling to certain countries.

    Devices
    Epic 4G Touch - $545
    LG Viper 4G LTE - $445
    LG Optimus Elite - $245

    Service only available in California, Minnesota, Hawaii, Florida and New York only for now.

    Early adopters until August 15 will get 12% off their service for life. They also talk about some sort of credit each month. Even so, it is my opinion that it will not be easy to get users.

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    What is the "ringback" thing? Is it like listening ads while you waiting other party to answer?
    On their web site it's written that bill can go to 0, how is that?

    Actually plans are nice if the rollover and they gave at least converage like ting (voice roaming)...
    will see...

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    Sounds like you can customize the ringback for news or music which probably includes ads as well. Maybe for the zero bill thing they mean that one day there will be enough users & ad revenue so that there are no user fees. Seems a little optimistic in my opinion.

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