Even though I don’t currently use Ting as my cheap cell phone plan du jour, I do think that it is a great service with a unique tiered rate structure that makes sense for a lot of frugal minded folks, like the readers of this blog for instance. Since I am not signed up with Ting, I don’t have my own Ting coupon code to offer my readers, although I do provide a sweet Republic Wireless discount code. That said, it made sense for me to make sure people know about the link for the Joe Rogan Ting discount that he often mentions at the start of his podcast.
Here is the link:
It is pretty straight forward, just make sure the image at the top of the page on the Ting site shows Rogan’s ugly mug along with his message for getting the $25 credit when you sign up for the service, which I’ve also displayed at the top of this post for reference. There is no code or anything that you really need to input so long as you use the above link when you first sign up, and that should do the trick.
Now you might be asking why the heck am I promoting someone else’s coupon code link for a wireless phone service I don’t even use. Well, there are a couple reasons which I’ll explain.
First, I am a big fan of the Joe Rogan Experience podcast which I listen to all the time… for free, which is why I am happy to send some love his way since his payments for making a great show come from great sponsors like Ting.
Second, Ting was one of my second choices for a cheap mobile phone service when I was making the decision to switch from AT&T earlier in the year (I ended up choosing Republic Wireless for the time being). I like Ting’s rate structure and how you only pay for what you use. And I am happy to promote their service, even though I don’t get paid anything from Ting.
It is a good value and discount for any readers thinking about switching to their service. Being a fan of innovative business models, I think it’s important to reward those that take on the big boys like AT&T and Verizon, and push to improve service for customers.
Anyways, I hope this was useful for those considering Ting and if you have any questions about how the discount works, feel free to ask in the comments below and I’ll do my best to get a thorough and sufficient answer for you.