ROK Mobile launches $50 rate plan with 5GB data and unlimited music

In the market for a new prepaid wireless service provider? You might want to consider ROK Mobile which just officially became available to US residents today.

Riding on the backs of Sprint and T-Mobile’s network, the MVNO lets users bring their own unlocked GSM devices and Sprint phones. As for rate plans, well, there’s only one to worry about.

For $50 per month subscribers receive unlimited calling, messaging, and 5GB 4G LTE data. What’s more, you’ll also have access to 20 million songs to stream at no additional cost.

Below you’ll find a quick chart to compare ROK Mobile with other wireless companies. As you’ll note, it’s cheaper and/or offers more data than most.

If interested in signing up, ROK offers a 7-day free trial to test out coverage. And, if you think you’ll stick around longer term you can save by buying in three or six month packages. Opt for the 3-month plan at $99 and you’re only paying $33 a month for the same service.

In the market for a new prepaid wireless service provider? You might want to consider ROK Mobile which just officially became available to US residents today. Riding on the backs of Sprint and T-Mobile‘s network, the MVNO lets users bring their own unlocked GSM devices and Sprint phones. As for rate plans, well, there’s only one to worry about. For $50 per month subscribers receive unlimited calling, messaging, and 5GB 4G LTE data. What’s more, you’ll also have access to 20 million songs to stream at no additional cost. Below you’ll find a quick chart to compare ROK Mobile with other wireless companies. As you’ll note, it’s cheaper and/or offers more data than most. If interested in signing up, ROK offers a 7-day free trial to test out coverage. And, if you think you’ll stick around longer term you can save by buying in three or six month packages. Opt for the 3-month plan at $99 and you’re only paying $33 a month for the same service.

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