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Updated: ROK Mobile Changes Plan Lineup Yet Again


For the second time in two weeks and the third in just over two months, multi-carrier (AT&T, Verizon and Sprint) MVNO ROK Mobile is making major changes to its plans, effective Monday Feb 26. Here's the new ROK lineup with changes indicated with bold (new) and strikeout (old) font styles.


ROK Blue (AT&T)
  • $20/mo - unlimited talk and text plus 500 MB (1 GB for the 1st 3 months for new customers) of hard capped 4G LTE data.  (new plan)
  • $30/mo - unlimited talk, text and data with the 1st 3 GB 2 GB (4 GB for the 1st 3 months for new customers) at high speed.
  • $50 $40/mo - unlimited talk, text and data with the 1st 8 GB 6 GB (8 GB for the 1st 3 months for new customers) at high speed
  • $60/mo - unlimited talk, text and data with the 1st 10 GB at high speed (new plan)
ROK Yellow (Sprint)
  • $25/mo - unlimited talk and text plus 1GB of hard capped 4G LTE data (discontined)
  • $35 $30/mo - unlimited talk, text and data with the 1st 4 GB at high speed
  • $40/mo - unlimited talk, text and data with the 1st 8 GB at high speed (new)
  • $45 $50/mo - unlimited talk, text and high speed data
ROK Red (Verizon)
  • $20/mo - unlimited talk and text plus 500 MB of hard capped 4G LTE data (discontinued)
  • $35/mo - unlimited talk, text and data with the 1st 4 GB 3 GB at high speed
  • $45 $40/mo - unlimited talk, text and data with the first 8 GB 7 GB at high speed
  • $55/mo - unlimited talk, text and data with the 1st 10 GB at high speed (new)
  • $75/mo - unlimited talk, text and high speed data (new) 
Update 2/26/2018: The graphic at the top of the page, which was sent to ROK dealers last week, shows two data allotment values for the $20, $30 and $40 ROK Blue plans. The lower, crossed out value in red is the actual monthly data allotment for each plan. The value in black represents a limited time new customer promotion.  Customers who activate new lines of service get the larger amount of data for the first three months only.

Sources: reader tip, ROK Mobile

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  1. Oh denny boy, the pipes are calling.

    They're saying ROK's days are numbered.

    If this was a usual bi-annual sweetener, that'd be an indicator of healthy competition.

    But this kind of desperate flailing only raises the kind of red flags that'd keep people away.

    ROK's basically admitting they have no grasp of the current prepaid market and are struggling to get by, neither of which instills confidence that they're a safe neighborhood to park your number.

    Honestly, they should've stuck to just one change and went all in on it without compromising one bit.

    It might've been strange, but at least it wouldn't have reeked of utter desperation and failure.

    Optics matter, and these are just too terrible to ignore.

    RIP Rock Mobile

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  2. If I have Rok with the Verizon Plan, do I need a new Sim card for the ATT plan?

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    1. Yes you will need a new SIM, the SIM determines the network.

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  3. The strikeout is the actual new plans... The Bold is the promotion data for the first 3 months of the customers.

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    1. That sounds plausible. I guess we will find out if you are rght tomorrow.

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  4. Any $20 UTT/Unlimited 2g plans for ATT/VW anywhere?

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    1. Pure TalkUSA, an AT&T T MVNO, has a $20 plan with unlumited talk, text and data with the first 500 MB at high speed followed by unlimited 128 kbps data.

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    2. The PureTalk $20 plan includes 600 MB of high speed data if you sign up with the AMAC link. You also get a free SIM and a free month of service.
      $25 gets you 2 GB of high speed data and the same freebies.

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  5. I'm plan to switch out from ROK(VZW) to another VZW's MVNO.The ROK(VZW)'s 5/2Mbps throttle is unbearable.

    Before I was switch to ROK I asked the REPs numerous of time about the throttle and they promise it wouldn't be any throttle as long as I keep my usage under 20GB. But obviously that's not true and they still not state that in their website.

    Given it's promotion price 100$ for 3month I would say that's acceptable.But after the promotion it's now 50 plus tax and clearly I have much better choice like "Straight Talk" or "Page Plus".

    75 dollar for throttled VZW service?I would go straight to buy VZW's own prepaid plan.

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  6. Yeah. Roks screwed up. Yet again. Nothing new there.

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  7. I want to study in the United States for 4 years (I'm from the Netherlands) and I'm looking for a plan with 7-10 GB data, but I don't get the difference between yellow, red and blue. Can somebody clarify?

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    1. Red is AT&T, Blue is Verizon, Yellow is Sprint.
      If you plan to use a non-US market phone you already own you are probably limited to AT&T as Verizon and Sprint are CDMA based and only allow phones that they have white listed.

      In addition to requiring special phones, Sprint has the smallest network with the least coverage and the slowest average speeds.

      For more information about coverage and phone compatibility see my posts:
      Coverage Maps For All Prepaid Carriers
      Which Unlocked Phones Work With Your Operator? A Guide to US 2G, 3G, 4G and LTE Bands

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    2. Red is Verizon, Blue is AT&T, Yellow is Sprint.
      If you plan to use a non-US market phone you already own you are probably limited to AT&T as Verizon and Sprint are CDMA based and only allow phones that they have white listed.

      In addition to requiring special phones, Sprint has the smallest network with the least coverage and the slowest average speeds.

      For more information about coverage and phone compatibility see my posts:
      Coverage Maps For All Prepaid Carriers
      and
      Which Unlocked Phones Work With Your Operator? A Guide to US 2G, 3G, 4G and LTE Bands

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