The base rate for an unlimited data plan on T-Mobile is $95 per month. On Sprint, it’s $75. Spread that difference over two years and you’ve got enough money for another good phone if you wanted it.

The Now Network feels it’s important to point that out in this micro-age of Pokémon GO madness, even as the Un-carrier is offering unlimited high-speed data to all of its customers for a year while on the app.

“Unlike some of the other carriers, Sprint offers unlimited data at a fair price so you don’t have to worry about using data while Playing Pokémon Go,” Sprint stated in a press release.

So, the company is inviting players to its Sprint and Boost retail stores starting tomorrow where lures will be placed throughout the day at their nearby Pokéstops. Lures attract more Pokémon to that location. In addition, stores will have experts on staff to help trainers skilled and new download the app or strategize. Charging stations will also be provided free of charge. No, you don’t have to be a Sprint customer to take advantage of this.

Locations will start offering these amenities tomorrow today. It’s not known how long the campaign will last. But at least we know it’s not going to be just one day a week.

Gotta catch’em all. Customers, that is. Now, who’s Satoshi-sorry, Ash in this case? John Legere or Marcelo Claure?

Source: Sprint
Via: PhoneArena

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