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If your mobile phone contract is coming to an end, there are reasons to pause before rushing into a new one.

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After all, we’re on the cusp of some new and exciting phones being released. So, what are your options?

If your phone’s still in good working order, it might be an idea to hold off taking out a new contract just yet.

Instead, why not go for a SIM-only plan? If your headphones are your best buddy when you’re on your travels, Rok could be the network to be on.

For £19.99/£24.99 a month, Rok Mobile combines a mobile phone package and a music streaming service (see below for details).

2017 is set to see a number of impressive new phone models released, such as the latest Samsung and this year’s iteration of Apple’s iPhone.

You could therefore plan to pay upfront for a new phone and keep your rolling-contract SIM, freeing you from the hassle of being tied into a contract for the next two years.

Key features of Rok Mobile

  • Free SIM delivery
  • Trio SIM card – fits all handsets
  • International calling
  • Data Roaming
  • The flexibility to change plans each month to suit usage
  • Competitive plans
£24.99 £19.99
> Unlimited Music > Unlimited Music
> Unlimited Mins > 250 Mins
> Unlimited Texts > 3000 Texts
> 4GB Data                   > 3GB Data

Music focus

Rok’s mobile network is ideal for music lovers, boasting unlimited music streaming, and up to 2000 downloads every month – all ad-free. The on-demand service features a catalogue of 20 million tracks, so you won’t be short on choice.

The network is powered by Three, which offers signal coverage to 98% of the UK population. You can try Rok’s coverage checker to see if the network is compatible where you live.

You can stay up to date with the latest pay-as-you-go and monthly mobile deals by heading over to our mobiles channel.

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