TING! What’s a Ting?

If you follow me on Instagram you probably already saw the giveaway for TING! They are giving away an iPhone 13 to a lucky Ting customer or a customer that has put a down payment on future Ting internet. GIVEAWAY  By the way I would be ever so grateful for a heart on my Instagram post. A comment too if you are feelin’ it!

So, Ting internet huh??  Oh how I drool over Ting! Seriously. Do you remember dial-up? WELL, THAT’s how fast my current internet is now.

Watching a video?! OH MY GOD! (DID anyone else hear Janet?!)

Yeah, watching a movie is insane. It buffers so much that you actually have to TALK to your spouse.  I want seamless streaming. I want fast internet. I want… I want…. I want…….

Some days (IF Mother Nature cooperates) it’s easier to go into Sandpoint and either do work at my friend Marilee’s house or one of the local coffee shops.  Ting is so fast. Movies!?? Oh my gosh! If I plan to upload a movie it’s so quick. It’s so FAST!  (Hold please, I have to clean the drool from my keyboard. I WANT TING!!)

When I see a Ting van in Sandpoint……… well, this song comes to mind. EVERY. SINGLE. TIME!! Just insert the Ting associate instead of the other cute guy.

This is my FAVORITE video!

Ting Internet is a fiber internet provider that serves 13 towns and cities across the United States, with services available in parts of Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Maryland, North Carolina, and Virginia. It’s a subsidiary of the Canadian-American telecommunications company Tucows Inc., and it offers fiber service with symmetrical gigabit speeds and unlimited data.

Why choose Ting for internet service?

Ting Internet’s biggest asset is its simplicity. It offers one plan, and that one plan is excellent, giving you symmetrical internet speeds of up to 1,000 Mbps and unlimited data. Ting’s prices skew a bit higher than some of its fiber competitors, but its fiber connection is faster and more reliable than what you can get from cable or DSL, and it has top-of-the-line equipment to keep your Wi-Fi flowing throughout the house.

 Pros

  • Symmetrical fiber-optic internet speeds
  • Unlimited data
  • Free standard installation

 Cons

  • Fee for router or Whole Home Wi-Fi ($9–$18/mo. or buy the router for $199)
  • Expensive $199 custom installation fee

If you aren’t lucky enough to be in the areas that Ting IS available at least I gave you two funny video’s to enjoy.  BTW! Anyone else watching Farmer Takes a Wife? Jennifer Nettles (Sugarland singer in the video above. She’s so dang cute!!)

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