Sprint and Niantic, developer of Pokémon GO, Announce Partnership for in Store Special Experience Beginning Dec 12

December 7, 2016
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Sprint & Niantic offer Pokemon GO Gamers, an in-Store Special Experience  

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. – Dec. 7, 2016 – Sprint (NYSE:S) and Niantic Inc., publisher and developer of Pokémon GO in partnership with The Pokémon Company International, are collaborating to create a special Pokémon GO experience in more than 10,500 Sprint, Boost Mobile and Sprint at RadioShack locations across the United States.

Beginning Dec. 12, just as The Pokémon Company International and Niantic reveal details about new Pokémon coming to the game, Trainers can visit select Sprint, Boost Mobile and Sprint at RadioShack stores and engage with the hugely popular location-based game.

For Pokémon GO players, this means:

· Sprint, Boost Mobile and Sprint at RadioShack stores become a destination to collect in-game items, including Poké Balls and Eggs, to help them advance in the game.

·  Players will have a go-to location where they can take Pokémon into battle against other Pokémon at Sprint-sponsored Gyms.

·  Players can go to Sprint, Boost and Sprint at RadioShack locations to recharge their phones.

“This collaboration with Pokémon GO brings together two innovative, groundbreaking and creative brands that will offer Trainers greater accessibility and destinations to advance their game,” said Marcelo Claure, Sprint CEO. “Pokémon GO is one of the most popular mobile games in history, and now players will be able to visit Sprint, Boost Mobile and Sprint at RadioShack stores to collect Poké Balls, Potions, Eggs and Razz Berries to make them a top Pokémon GO Trainer. We will also provide charging stations in stores so Trainers never have to worry about losing power.”

“We’re excited to bring Sprint onboard as our first U.S. partner by integrating Sprint, Boost Mobile and Sprint at RadioShack stores into Pokémon GO, providing an awesome experience to Pokémon GO Trainers,” said John Hanke, Niantic CEO. “As Trainers go out to explore their neighborhoods in pursuit of elusive new Pokémon, they can pop into their nearby Sprint locations to recharge, get great value data plans, collect in-game items, and battle with their favorite Pokémon.”

Gamers Never Have to Worry About Data Overages

What a great day for gamers! Sprint offers the best value for unlimited data, talk and text so that customers can complete their Pokédex without worrying about running out of data or surprise overage charges. When customers switch at least one line to Sprint and sign up for Unlimited Freedom with AutoPay, they get unlimited data, talk and text starting at just $20 per month/line for a family of five until Jan. 31, 2018[1]. Customers will enjoy unlimited mobile optimized streaming videos, gaming and music, and unlimited 4G LTE data for most everything else, all while on the Sprint network. Because, who has the time to worry about data limits when you’re tracking Pokémon?

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