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Pokemon Go madness continues and it’s hard to resist temptation to jump on the bandwagon and play the game on an iOS or Android smartphone. The main problem that stops many mobile users from installing Pokemon Go is related to the limited plan. And since this is an augmented reality game that’s played online, Pokemon Go relies on an internet connection. T-Mobile carrier is aware of the scale of this phenomenon and comes in aid of its subscribers, offering them a full year of data especially for playing this game but this deal is not automatically applied to all T-Mobile customers – they must claim the deal via the T-Mobile Tuesdays app in order to get the data.



This is part of the #GetThanked program and T-Mobile is thanking its customers for their loyalty by offering them freebies every Tuesday. The “Uncarrier” will be giving subscribers who are obsessed with Pokemon Go, one year of high-speed data to play this game, and the deal will be available this Tuesday. So, don’t miss the offer, because you’ll get 12 months of free Pokemon hunting.

Next week, users will also receive $15 worth of free Lyft rides so that they will easily get to PokeStops, a Wendy’s Frosty, plus 50 percent off certain accessories from T-Mobile stores, such as portable power banks. Moreover, every week, 250 people will be lucky enough to win $100 worth of PokeCoins, while five winners will be able to travel for free to anywhere they want in the US, on a hunting trip.

Pokemon Go was released on July 6, being a location-based augmented reality mobile game created by Niantic and published by The Pokémon Company. The game is part of the Pokémon franchise and it’s about capturing, battling and training Pokemon that appear all over the world and which are indicated by the phone’s GPS and caught using the camera and throwing a ball at the creature. Soon, the Pokemon Go Plus accessory will be released and it’s a wearable that will alert players when a Pokemon will be nearby.

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