Back in May, there were reports that The People's Operator (TPO) Mobile could be shutting down its operations in the U.S. Even though the company did not make an official announcement, the report was further strengthened when news broke that it was making plans to sell its customer base. The succeeding report was published in July, where the MVNO was able to secure financial approval to sell off its U.S. customers to Ting. Ever since then, there has been no further development about the report and TPO Mobile has kept pretty quiet. This changes today as TPO Mobile finally makes things official. Earlier today, the Sprint and T-Mobile MVNO announced its closure on its website. The announcement also talks about its customers option to migrate to Ting. The MVNO has also sent out emails to its subscribers announcing their closure and further instructions on how they can make the switch. Once you open Ting's website, a welcome message has been published for TPO Mobile's customers. Along with the migration, subscribers get to port in their numbers and their account balances from their former operator. Ting is also an MVNO that operates under Sprint and T-Mobile's networks. In keeping up with TPO Mobile's humanitarian tradition, Ting has announced that it will be making a donation to the most popular charity that TPO's customers donated to: the Planet Water Foundation. The MVNO will be making a one-time donation of $10 for every subscriber that ports in from TPO Mobile. If you do not wish to port over to Ting, you can choose another carrier you find more interesting. TPO Mobile shares that if you don't port over to Ting or another carrier, your phone service will be deactivated. As of this writing, there is no announced date on when TPO will be shutting down its operations. The MVNO has promised they will be notifying their subscribers once their service will end.