Reliance Jio has partnered with Niantic and has Pokemon GO to India after five months of its global launch.

 

People in India had gone crazy over Pokemon GO and many had downloaded it through third-party websites and by using proxy app stores. People were found playing it even in the streets of Bengaluru.

 

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“It’s exciting to see Pokémon fans in India step out and explore their neighbourhoods in search of Pokémon and Jio’s disruptive high speed 4G LTE Network will be an excellent way to experience the game,” told John Hanke, Chief Executive Officer and founder of Niantic, speaking to the Indian Express.

 

The Augmented Reality Game is based on the anime show on TV ‘Pokemon’.  Pokémon GO already has over 500 million downloads globally.

 

Reliance Jio subscription will clearly go up with their free internet data.

 

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