Smart Offers 7 Days Free Access to Pokemon Go after its Launch

Filipinos are excitingly anticipating the release of Pokemon Go in our country. Most are even constantly checking for updates from the online community. To help us on our first week as Pokemon masters, Smart Communications announced that they will give their subscribers 7 days of free data access to Pokemon Go upon its launch here in the Philippines.

The location-based game that’s developed by Niantic Labs has become a worldwide phenomenon that countries that the game is not available yet are still eagerly waiting. However the game is still not available here in the Philippines. Smart then joined the #PHForPokemonGo campaign on social media in order to hype it up and urge the developers to launch the game here on our country.

“Smart is one with the whole nation in waiting for Pokemon GO to finally go live in the Philippines, and we are very excited to welcome the game in our own big way,” said Kathy C. Carag, Smart Mobile Business Head.

“Smart subscribers nationwide can look forward to more special treats and promos that will allow them to make the most of their Pokemon GO experience.”

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Giving Smart and TNT subscribers 7 days free data access to the game is just one of their offerings. When the game finally releases, you can purchase Pokecoins directly charged to your prepaid load or postpaid account through Smart’s Google Direct Carrier Billing for Android users. Or use Smart’s Pay-With-Mobile service if you are an iPhone user.

You can catch latest updates on Pokemon Go here on our blog and our social media accounts. Or you can also follow Smart on Facebook (, Twitter (@LiveSmart), Instagram (@LiveSmart), and Snapchat (LiveSmartPH). Might as well read this article too: Get the Most out of Your Pokemon GO Experience with Freenet and PayMaya.



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