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ROK Mobile Now Includes Free International Calls and Texts

ROK Mobile, an MVNO that runs under AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon's network, has an announcement for its new users under Sprint's calling plans. Starting today, you now have access to free international calling and text messaging.

With this new feature, customers can pick out a ROK Mobile plan that starts at $25 a month. This already includes unlimited voice and text, along with 1GB of LTE data. And if you need more data, you can go for the $45 a month plan, which comes with "unlimited" LTE data.

If you are a new subscriber, you can sign up through ROK Mobile's website or one of its 10,000 retail locations. When you do, you'll have access to the free international call and text.

Apart from the new feature, ROK Mobile has also announced a loyalty program available for its customers. Each customer who signs onto their service and continues to maintain it will get up to $100 in rewards dollars. Every month they stay as a customer, they will earn more money.

They can then use these rewards dollars at over 500,000 partner outlets throughout the country. As of this writing, the list includes the following establishments:

  • Chili's
  • Gap
  • Michaels
  • Office Depot
  • Subway
  • TG Friday's 

If this rewards program won't convince you to stay as a ROK Mobile customer, what will?

Source: Fierce Wireless


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  1. "When you do, you'll have access to the free international call and text."

    Some more details would have been nice.

    Which countries?
    Landlines, mobile phones or a combination of both?
    How much talk time?

    1. This post is an announcement based on a press release. It's not a carrier profile.

      Rok's new free international calling and texting includes "unlimited" minutes and texts. Rok has not published a list of the covered countries, but you can enter a country name here Unlimited country destinations – ROK Mobile and it will tell you if landlines and/or mobiles in that country are covered.

      Based on brief testing It looks like a typical unlimited international plan with free calls to countries that are inexpensive on Google Voice or a calling card; land lines and mobiles in Mexico, Canada, China, India and most of Western Europe and landlines only in other covered countries. Countries with high call termination fees like the Philippines, Nigeria or El Salvador are not covered at all.

  2. You can search the countries list at the ff link:

  3. Great, another feature I won't need or use.

    That totally gets me hyped about switching to ROK.

    1. For some, they like the Verizon service, unlimited data for $50, but have business with landlines and corporations outside of the US. Rok is adding one feature that they have calculated will cost them less than what they will get back with increased revenues should enough people join. It may always be that the current amount of people will still give them profit even with this new feature added, even if noone else joins, if so, then if people do join, then all that is just more profit.
      People keep saying that competition raises the bar, and now, Rok has answered the economic call and brought another feature to remain competative; cudos.

  4. simple if you don't like it don't use it!

  5. Free international calling to low cost calling destinations, although currently useless to me, still has value to many potential customers.

    I will be interested to learn more about the rewards program when details are published.

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