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ROK Mobile to Offer Unlimited Video Streaming Service


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ROK Mobile LogoROK Mobile, an MVNO that operates utilizing three out of the four major USA mobile networks (Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile) has said that it is going to be offering its customers an unlimited video streaming service in the first quarter of 2016.

The new streaming service will feature thousands of Hollywood and international blockbuster movies and television series, as well niche content from a variety of genres.  The service will be brought to consumers though a partnership with SeaChange International which will provide ROK Mobile with the mobile video content and an ability to offer its subscribers a personalized viewing experience.

ROK Mobile has not announced what the pricing will be for it's new video streaming platform, but it has said that it will be an added value it its current plan which already includes unlimited talk, text, music, and data with the first 5 GB being at 4G LTE speeds before throttling to 128 Kbps.  ROK Mobile currently only offers this one plan, and it is priced at $49.99/month.

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The MVNO hopes to be a game changer in the industry by becoming the first wireless provider to offer it's own unlimited streaming music and video services.  ROK Mobile will encourage its customers to stream video while they are on one its 20 million Wi-Fi hotspots which in turn helps the prepaid provider to reduce the data usage fees that it is charged by its parent network partners.


Sources Fierce Wireless 

Category  ROK Mobile

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5 years ago
Does ROK make available a map or any map of these 20 million hotspots throughout the country?

And if yes, is it updated periodically to reflect new and old hotspots?