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June 4, 2020

ROKiT Phones, creators of affordable glasses-free 3D smartphones, have teamed up with Lycamobile, the world’s largest mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) and part of the Lyca Group, to support new initiatives that will enable NHS workers and vulnerable consumers to stay connected with their friends and families around the World.
The collaboration provides an affordable mobile and SIM bundle, which aims to alleviate pressures on NHS workers and vulnerable consumers. The bundle includes a state of the art ROKiT iO 3D handset from as little as £3.00 per month or ROKiT iO Pro 3D handset for just £5.00 per month for 36 months, as well as:
  • A free pair of ROKiT Buds worth £44.99
  • A 10-month Lycamobile SIM bundle with 300 UK Min, 300 UK Text, 500 MB Data worth £50.00
  • 12 months of ROKiT Talk unlimited free Wi-Fi calls to mobiles and landlines (with no compatible app to recipient required) in the UK and 60+ Countries Worldwide – the full list can be found here
  • UK Breakdown & Recovery and Home Start cover for 3 months for cars, motorbikes, or vans
  • 48 hour broken or damaged phone replacement for 3 months
  • Access to the World’s biggest 3D content library on the phone for 3 months
The deals, which are powered by Klarna, can be found at
Commenting, Jonathan Kendrick, Chairman of ROKiT said “ROKiT Phones are very pleased to be part of this hugely important initiative which will prove useful and helpful to a lot of our heroic frontline workers and for those most vulnerable people in our society in these difficult and troubling times. Seemingly small but positive actions like these, where we can help reconnect people with their loved ones, have the capacity to be nothing short of life-changing and we’re proud to partner with Lycamobile at this time.”
Michael Coombes, CEO of ROKiT Phones said: “Through collaborations such as this and our direct donations of handsets to NHS frontline workers, we’re ensuring carers can make free calls to support the most vulnerable. We have all had to make massive adjustments over the past months, one main theme that we have all experienced is the need to stay connected – uniting with Lycamobile in this way provides us with a perfect opportunity to play a part in assisting the wider community.”
Allirajah Subaskaran, Chairman and Founder of the Lyca Group said: “On behalf of the entire Lyca Group, I would like to give my sincere thanks and gratitude to the heroic efforts of NHS staff around the country. I would also like to extend my deepest sympathies to those that have been impacted by this pandemic, both directly and indirectly.”

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