The last month has been a busy one for ROK Mobile. The carrier is taking part in the SF Mobile World Congress Americas, which is currently ongoing this week at the Moscone Center in the city of San Francisco in California. Also recently, the mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) was honored at the United Nations by none other than Dan Thomas (UN PGA Spokesman) for the company’s support of United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal No. 14 - Life Below Water. Lastly, the company also launched plans for GSM.
ROK Mobile has decided to overhaul its wireless plans, and customers will be delighted to know that the mobile virtual network operator (it leases network capacity from major US carriers Verizon Wireless and Sprint) now offers unlimited 4G LTE data for just $45 a month. For good measure, that $45 a month plan also comes with unlimited voice calls and text messaging, as well as 24 hours and seven days a week roadside assistance and mobile optimized data.
Mobile virtual network operator ROK Mobile just recently revealed that it was launching its Veterans Helping Veterans (#Vets2Vets) project, wherein the mobile operator will be providing wireless and telemedicine services, free of charge, to an estimated 50,000 homeless veterans across the United States.
ROK Mobile recently took the opportunity to unveil new bring your own device (BYOD) plans on Sprint’s network, including options that offer unlimited voice calls and text messaging, plus more generous data inclusions. The full new offerings are Sprint BYOD 1GB, 3GB, and 5GB.
Mobile virtual network operator ROK Mobile may have found a way to effectively marry wireless plans with life insurance. Over the past years, the MVNO (using the LTE networks of T-Mobile and Sprint) has built quite a reputation for combining the perks of a mobile plan with a music streaming service. But it was back in 2016 when the carrier started to incorporate accidental death insurance and even online medical access to its $49.99 offering.
It is that time of the year again when holiday special offers are flying here and there. But in the midst of all those Black Friday deals, new player ROK Mobile is quietly announcing a new plan that lets its subscribers enjoy free unlimited service for four months.
Relatively new to the field, ROK Mobile is a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) that leans more on music-related wireless services. The deal it is launching is certainly targeted to music-minded customers who are ready or willing to commit on a year-long subscription to not only unlimited mobile services, but also to the carrier's unlimited music app, all for $399 a year.
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