Here’s one we definitely did not see coming. Starting on an as-yet-unannounced date this summer, Boost Mobile wireless subscribers will be able to sign up for K Health’s data-driven primary care system. K Health will be available for a discounted fee or even for free with Boost Service plans. Boost Mobile customers can sign up now on the Boost Mobile site to be ready when the collaboration launches and K Health’s telemedicine is available.

We wrote about the growing consumer adoption of digital health earlier this year. K Health’s app-based telemedicine service gives users unlimited access via a wireless app to board-certified physicians. K Health states the service is appropriate for ongoing and urgent care needs for family members age 3 and older. You can talk with a K Health care team member within minutes and appointments are not necessary. Subscribers can also use K Health’s AI-driver symptom checker and get prescriptions for medication. K Health also has personalized treatment plans for conditions such as anxiety and depression.

Boost Mobile customers will be able to subscribe to K health at a discounted $7.99 a month. Boost Mobile Unlimited Plus subscribers can add K Health for free. There are no extra charges or fees for the K Health plan or for consults. Insurance is not required. According to a Boost Mobile news release, a disproportionate number of the wireless service’s customers are affected by rising health care costs. The partnership with K Health gives Boost the opportunity to help its subscribers control health care expenditures.

We didn’t see partnerships between wireless providers and telemedicine services coming, but now that we have it makes total sense. The collaboration looks like a win/win/win to us: a win for Boost Mobile, for K Health, and ultimately for wireless customers.