It all depends on which Dingtone features you use. Here are the estimated data usages for typical Dingtone features and volumes: 30 minutes phone call: 3.5MB 1000 text messages: 300KB Share one picture: 64KB Share 2 minutes video clip: 1.6MB Share a map (location): 2K You can see your monthly data usage inside your Dingtone … [Read more…]
Different rates are charged for message sending based on different countries. You can check the specific rates for SMS sending by tapping: “More” >> “Settings” >> “Call Settings” >> “Calling Rates”. As you receive messages on Dingtone, you also need to pay a small amount of Dingtone credits to receive the SMS. However, the amount … [Read more…]
Dingtone prepares different phone numbers based on users’ numerous requests and demands. If you are a U.S. user and register on Dingtone for the first time, you can get your first U.S. phone number for free. You can use the number to call, send messages and to be reached. However, it will get invalid after … [Read more…]
If you have a Dingtone phone number, you can receive SMS via this number from your friends, whether they are using Dingtone or not. However, if you do not have a Dingtone phone number, you can only send SMS, not receive them. But that won’t take place in Dingtone because Dingtone gives you a US … [Read more…]
Dingtone credit is a virtual currency that you can use to make calls to any number or send cheap texts on Dingtone. You can earn free Dingtone credits from the Dingtone app or you can purchase Dingtone credits directly from us. All the earned Dingtone credits are stored in your Dingtone account and you’re allowed … [Read more…]
Your number can be kept for 7 days after its expiration or accidental deletion by Dingtone. You can get it back within those 7 days. (If you have owned the number for less than a month, we can only keep it for one or two days after you delete it.) After 7 days, the number … [Read more…]
Dingtone users are allowed to check the calling rates on Dingtone App by taping “More” >> “Settings” >> “Call Settings” >> “Calling Rates”. Choose a country code and select a phone number from your contact list and you’ll know the corresponding calling rates including landline, mobile and SMS.
For iOS users, if you subscribe to a service like iCloud, you can remote-wipe your phone. After that, you really don’t need to do anything special. Otherwise, you can take the following steps to stop Dingtone from working on the lost device: Two situations will be considered. Situation#1. You have set a login password for … [Read more…]
Probably. The users who have got their Dingtone accounts activated (with password set) can retrieve their accounts as long as they successfully log in to their Dingtone accounts. All their account details will be retrieved as well, including purchased phone numbers, earned credits, and points that are earned through Dingtone games. The users who haven’t … [Read more…]
To register a Dingtone account, you can sign up with any of the following information: Your Phone Number Your Email Address Your Facebook Account. We recommend you register with your phone number. An activation code will be sent to your phone by SMS. Your phone number will also be used to find friends on Dingtone. For example, if a friend has your phone number in their phone address book, that friend can identify you as a Dingtone user in their app. What’s more, you can use your registered phone number as your caller ID. So cool, right? If you don’t have a phone number, with either an email address or a Facebook account, you can still sign up Dingtone. Reminder: No matter which personal information of yours is used to register a Dingtone account, do remember to set a password so that your Dingtone account will keep safe.