Ting is now in OpenSRS Offers

Starting today OpenSRS Resellers can offer phone service from Tucows’ US mobile phone service, Ting.

You’ll find Ting in OpenSRS Offers – log into the new OpenSRS Control Panel and click the Offers Manager tab. Once you agree to the terms and conditions, and you’ll be assigned a unique Ting.com URL that you’ll use to send people to Ting to learn about the service.

What’s the Ting Offer?

  • For your customers: Through OpenSRS Offers, you’ll be able to provide a $50 discount off a device purchase to everyone who you send to Ting.

Ting provides cost-savings and better customer service – the mobile phone service your customers deserve. Businesses (and families) can have unlimited devices on one account and they can pool multiple users together usage for greater savings. You can trust that your customers are in good hands at Ting. We’re quite confident that they’ll thank you for telling them about it.

  • For OpenSRS Resellers: Ting provides an additional source of recurring revenue.

When someone signs up for Ting service using your URL or partner code, you get 25% of net revenue generated by that customer for two years.

More Information

The best place to learn more about Ting and see what makes it different is the Ting website. Try out the savings calculator, look at the plans, and maybe even try the service for yourself. Be sure to check out what people are saying about Ting on the Ting Facebook page and on Twitter.

Here’s an example:

[blackbirdpie url=”https://twitter.com/#!/SeanGold3/status/198390241281851393″]

Getting Started

To get started with Ting in OpenSRS Offers, you can visit our OpenSRS Offers information page. There are some nice marketing resources for you including banner ads, logos, and email/web copy in the Offers section of our Resource Center. If you have any questions, drop by the OpenSRS Forums and ask away in the Ting area.

8 thoughts on “Ting is now in OpenSRS Offers

  1. i am really disappointed. I was expecting this to be a real reseller package not just a promotion. I was really looking forward to opening a store with a Ting section.

  2. Dont feel bad, I got sucked into the GoMobi Reseller “WHITE LABEL” thing only to find out that the GoMobi name is ALL OVER THE PLACE!!! $99.00 wasted!

  3. Hey Brouse, it’s actually just a couple of steps to get rid of the goMobi branding. Check out the video to see how: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fWmmoHmeyLg&feature=plcp

  4. Can you please define net revenue?  I can’t seem to get an answer as to 25% of what.

  5. Hi Bryan,

    “Net Revenue” is what the customer has paid us minus the wholesale cost of  usage (minutes, messages, megabytes) and a few monthly recurring charges associated with keeping a device on the network.

    Cheers,Ken. Ting

  6.  Hi Ken,

    Thanks for responding so quickly.  I understand the equation however I’m struggling to determine how my company can make as a reseller.  Can you give me some ideas as to what those wholesale costs look like?  Even an average would be fine.  I’m just trying to ascertain what we can expect per minute, message, and megabyte.

    Thanks for your time.

  7. Hi Bryan,

    Your numbers will vary dramatically based on the types of customers you have (for example how many devices they have on each account and how much activity each device sees). So it’s really hard to even give an estimate.

    You can probably budget that you’ll make at least $3/mo per customers unless you have REALLY low-usage individuals in your customer base.

    Sorry I can’t be more exact, it’s all still pretty new, so it’s hard to be definitive.


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