We haven’t really talked much about ROK Mobile in a while because, well, there really wasn’t much to say. The carrier burst onto the scenes and made lots of waves in 2014 as a Sprint and T-Mobile carrier. Then, a year after launching, it added Verizon and quickly dropped both Sprint and T-Mobile. Since then, the company has been pretty quiet. But, it looks like ROK Mobile is finally changing its tune and has re-added Sprint to its lineup. The announcement that ROK Mobile is once again a Sprint MVNO came late last month via the company’s Facebook page, and since that time ROK Mobile has debuted a new line of plans using the Sprint network. We’ll list out the new Sprint lineup below. As a note, all plans include unlimited talk and text.
- $20 – 500 MB data (hard capped)
- $30 – unlimited low speed data, 1 GB 4G LTE data
- $40 – unlimited low speed data, 3 GB 4G LTE data
- $50 – unlimited low speed data, 5 GB 4G LTE data, also includes ROK Life “Premium Life Plan”