Win a Google Nexus 7 Tablet from Ting

Ting is a new pay-as-you-go wireless company that is all about saving you money. Ting does this by charging you only for what you actually use. That means that the Ting only charges you for the minutes, texts and amount of data that you used for the month. So unlike with other wireless companies, there is no waste involved, and you’re never stuck paying for minutes or data that you aren’t using. A billing system like this makes so much sense, yet Ting is the only prepaid wireless carrier to offer a true pay for what you use system. You can check out our full ongoing review of Ting mobile here.

Pay for what you use. No penalties. No waste.

Ting has also provided us with 2 Google Nexus 7 tablets to giveaway. There are several ways to enter to win, but if you use Ting’s Savings Calculator below and leave a comment telling us how much you would save by using Ting, you’ll get the most entry points.

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  1. $88.25 a month savings — that’s huge! I wonder what their coverage is like. I live in the hills…

  2. I had no idea that I would save so much money by switching to ting, this really makes me think about switching from t-mobile. $13.21 dollars a month for a grand total of $317.00 over 2 years!! I wonder how that coverage is. Worth looking into!!

  3. I used the calculator, but because I rarely use my cell phone, my current plan is actually cheaper. Sorry Ting. Thank you for the great giveaway. Happy holidays!

  4. Data hog that I am, my current prepaid unlimited data plan is cheaper than Ting. Still, I love to see fair prices on cell service, way to go Ting!

  5. wow–if it was just me on a cell plan, I’d save over $1000 with Ting. I’m keeping them on my short list.

  6. Dang!! I’d save over $700 a year by changing over to Ting!! I’ll have to check it out a little more closely!

  7. You would save $2088.00 over the next 2 years by switching to Ting. That’s $87.00 a month! Wow great savings!! thanks for the contest aswell!

  8. You would save $8040.00 over the next 2 years by switching to Ting. That’s $335.00 a month! This doesn’t seem right because that’s almost the whole monthly payment- I don’t think they are taking into account- yes they text a lot but it’s all unlimited.

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