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Ting isn’t dropping T-Mobile GSM support after all

Ting is a massively common MNVO provider, the place clients are billed just for the calls, texts, and knowledge they really use — much like Google Fi and Xfinity Cellular. The provider provides each GSM and CDMA SIM playing cards, however Ting stated final 12 months that its GSM possibility would go away. Fortunately, Ting has reversed course, and its clients will not lose entry to any networks.

Ting at the moment permits clients to make use of both GSM or CDMA SIM playing cards, even throughout completely different strains on the identical account. GSM playing cards use T-Cellular’s community, whereas CDMA playing cards use Dash. Ting stated final 12 months that it will drop the T-Cellular GSM playing cards as a consequence of uncertainty with the T-Cellular/Dash merger, however would add Verizon as one other CDMA possibility.

Nevertheless, in a brand new ‘Ting Ask’ video on the corporate’s YouTube channel, Ting confirmed that no networks are being dropped, whereas the Verizon CDMA possibility will nonetheless occur sooner or later.

So, in the event you’re a Ting buyer, you do not have to fret about shedding entry to T-Cellular’s community. It is nonetheless not clear when Verizon’s community will turn out to be an possibility, although — Ting initially stated it will launch earlier than the tip of 2019, whereas the above video says it can turn out to be out there this 12 months.

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