- Pokemon GO app is now available in App Store and Play Store
- Niantic Labs has released the game in Asia and Oceania
- Pinoy gamers are treated with free data access by Smart and Globe
The long wait is finally over as Pokemon GO and pinoy gamers are going crazy.
The Pokemon GO app can now be seen in Apple’s App Store and Google Play Store. Apparently, game developer Niantic Labs opened the servers in South East Asian countries.
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According to the official Facebook Page of Pokemon GO:
Trainers in 15 new countries and regions across Asia and Oceania can now officially download Pokémon GO from the Play Store or App Store. Discover Pokémon in the world around you!
Countries and regions include: Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, Taiwan, Papua New Guinea, Fiji, Solomon Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, and Palau.
Pinoy gamers are going crazy as the game rolls out. Some gamers took to the streets and started catching Pokemons.
Good news to pinoy Pokemon GO fans as Smart and TNT subscribers using iOS and Android devices are greeted with free data access for seven days, according to its press release.
Also, Globe Switch users are also treated with free access on Pokemon GO app for seven days. Globe Switch is an app that the telco released to help users monitor their internet usage. It also showcases deals and discounts, as well as allows users build their own mobile internet package depending on their needs.
For in-app purchases like Pokecoins, Incense, Lure Module, and Pokeballs, PayMaya has rendered support to the popular augmented reality game. For first time users, download the PayMaya app on the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store, load up their accounts with at least P60 to cover the standard app store verification fee, and link their virtual VISA card to their app store accounts to be able to make in-app purchases for Pokecoins, the in-app currency used inside the Pokemon GO game. - KAMI Media