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Updated: Rok Mobile Announces New Online Plans for AT&T GSM Network

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Rok Mobile has made new changes to its prepaid plans to better serve its customers. The MVNO, operating under AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon network, implemented the changes today to its prepaid plan lineup.

The biggest change that the MVNO implemented today is the offering of new AT&T network Rok Mobile plans that are only available online from the ROK Mobile website. The new online-only  plans come with a number of exclusive extras; $5 worth of VoIP international calls to 60 countries every month, pharmacy savings card good for of up to 75% savings on prescription drugs, ROK Rewards discounts at over 500,000 restaurants, and a Telemedicine service providing 24/7 access to medical advice from board certified physicians.

The new online plans include the following options:
  • $10 WiFi only Plan - comes with unlimited talk and text using the ROK app over WiFi
  • $40 Plan - comes with unlimited talk, text, and 4GB of 4G LTE data
  • $60 Plan - comes with unlimited talk, text, and 8GB of 4G LTE data
Again, these plans are inclusive of all the Rok Mobile extras that customers love. The new online plans are only compatible with AT&T's GSM network.

As for the existing plans offered by Rok Mobile, these remain unchanged except for the fact that they are now available exclusively in stores. These In-Store Plans include the following options:

Rok Yellow (Sprint CDMA Plans)
  • $30/month plan - includes unlimited talk, text, and 4GB of LTE data
  • $40/month plan - includes unlimited talk, text, and 8GB of LTE data
  • $50/month plan - includes unlimited talk, text, and LTE data
The $50/month plan comes with unlimited LTE data. But after 20GB of LTE data usage, the speed may get slower in times of network congestion. Video streaming is limited at 480p. 

Rok Red (Verizon CDMA Plans)
  • $35/month plan - includes unlimited talk, text, and 3GB of LTE data
  • $45/month plan - includes unlimited talk, text, and 7GB of LTE data
  • $55/month plan - includes unlimited talk, text, and 10GB of LTE data
  • $75/month plan - includes unlimited talk, text, and LTE data
The $70/month plan comes with unlimited LTE data. But after 20GB of LTE data usage, the speed may get slower in times of network congestion. Video streaming is limited at 480p. 

Rok Blue (AT&T GSM Plans)
  • $20/month plan - includes unlimited talk, text, and 500 MB of hard-capped data (Promotion: 1GB for new users for first three months)
  • $30/month plan - includes unlimited talk, text, and 2GB of LTE data (Promotion: 4GB for new users for first three months)
  • $40/month plan - includes unlimited talk, text, and 6GB of LTE data (Promotion: 8GB for new users for first three months)
  • $60/month plan - includes unlimited talk, text, and 10GB of LTE data

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  1. The Wi-Fi only $10 plan is a great deal for users who need just the basics. The other plans don't seem to be as competitive with similar allotments advertized out there.

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    1. What's the point of Wi-Fi only from them, do you get an actual phone number or something?

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    2. Yes, it's an unlimited cellular talk and text, no cellular data plan

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    3. Does it use cellular talk and text, or does that also only work over wifi? It's not clear from the article or from Rok's website.

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    4. I see what you mean. I've contacted Rok for an explanation of whether the $10 plan includes cellular voice and SMS or not. I'll update wgen I get an answer.

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    5. Interested to see if the unlimited talk and text is over at&t's voice circuits it if it's VoIP like FreedomPop

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    6. @Jeff Mayeux On the surface our plans may not seem as competitive if only comparing data allotments but when you factor in our included services like telemedicine, pharmacy discounts and more the value of what we provide is actually much greater than any of our competitors plans. In fact, not a single other provider in the entire wireless market offers services like ours, period.

      Most of what we include with all of our plans when purchased separately would cost more than the plans themselves and that's before even adding in the talk, text, and data. With our ROK Talk 360 plan you get all of these extra services, a dedicated local number, and can make unlimited calls to over 60 countries for only $10 a month.

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    7. @ROK Support, Does the unlimited domestic calling and SMS on the $10 WiFi plan use carrier voice and SMS and work without a WiFi connection? Or does it require the ROK app and WiFi?

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    8. ROK support replied offline to my question about the $10 plan. ROK says that calling and texting on the $10 plan requires the ROK app and WiFi, cellular calling and texting are not available. I've updated to post to make that clear.

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    9. And that is your problem @ROK Support. If you really have to explain it, and convince people of it's value, you have a real problem.

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  2. There hasn't been any exciting news in months. Has the wireless industry gone downhill or is it just this site?

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    1. Not necessarily either scenario. It's just that there are times when nothing noteworthy is going on in the wireless industry. No industry can do interesting things every other day.

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  3. Why is the new $40 gsm plan has less data than the current $40 plan?

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    1. Joe, the new $40 online includes a suite of extras that are valued over $40 a month so we reduced the data and create a different type of plan. You can still go to a retail location https://rokmobile.com/locations/ and get any of our current plans.

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  4. It will be fantastic if they offer VoLTE and WiFi-Calling....

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    1. At&t prepaid doesn't even offer that, stingy.

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    2. What is interesting is that those are pushed asre premium features when in fact they save them $ and reduce load on the network. At some point in the not too distant future ll of the providers will have both.

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  5. Rok hasn't got a clue that they lost their thunder when they axed the Verizon $50 and Sprint $45 unlimited plans. No going back. They've screwed up in the past so many times, there's no point in giving them YET another chance. Geez. There are way better or equal deals from carriers that can beat their "deals" like Verizon prepaid or better them like Page Plus from carriers with RELIABILITY. Rok has changed so many times in such a short period of time they should be called ROCKY mobile as that is the kind of ride you will get using their services. Better to use Red Pocket or H20 or something more STABLE then Rok.

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  6. Rok Mobile has closed all store purchasing. The only plans available now are their online plans.

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  7. ROK user for 7 monthsJune 14, 2018 at 3:34 PM

    Why would anyone pay $10 a month for a WIFI only plan when google has had that for many years for FREE with google voice/hangouts?

    Also, ROK...people looking for budget cell phone plans are looking for BUDGET cell phone plans - not plans that are retail priced with "value added" stuff like being able to call up a nurse to talk, or discounts on burials. Sheesh.

    I signed my elderly father up for one of Rok's plans based on Rok using Verizon towers. Now they don't? I'm still paying the bill, as his is phone is still working - but he and I are worried this will stop without any warning at any time.

    There is NOTHING on the ROK website that addresses this. Please get your act together.

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