Wireless carrier Sprint and its subsidiary Boost Mobile announced the first Pokemon GO trainer rewards program on Thursday. The initiative is simply called Sprint and Boost Mobile Trainer Rewards and will allow Pokemon GO players in the United States to earn a number of rewards for participating in various events and being customers of Sprint and Boost Mobile. Being a conventional loyalty program, Sprint's system is based on points that users are able to earn by completing various Pokemon GO-related activities. The program currently supports 23 activities in total which include actions like catching a pocket monster at a Sprint or Boost Mobile store and sharing your trainer level with Sprint on Twitter, both of which will earn you 25 points. The system also awards points for a number of activities that aren't directly related to Pokemon GO. For example, visiting Sprint's Facebook page will net you 25 points, while registering on the company's Pokemon GO Trainer Hub yields a 1,000-point reward.
Naturally, the majority of actions that award a lot of points can only be completed once. The ones that can be repeated and still allow you to earn points at a relatively reasonable rate mostly revolve around spreading the word about the loyalty program and getting more people to join in. All of the points that you earn can be used for purchasing both digital and physical goods. The former include exclusive wallpapers and various pieces of advice you can purchase from Professor Willow who'll be happy to keep you notified about numerous tips and tricks for Pokemon GO, as well as exclusive offers from Sprint and Boost Mobile. Finally, people who truly embrace the program and earn thousands of points will be able to exchange them for Google Play Store and iTunes gift cards which cost 20,000 points each. The ultimate prize of the loyalty program is Samsung's Galaxy S7 that can be exchanged for 700,000 points.
You can find out more information about Sprint's Trainer Rewards by following the source link below. This initiative is yet another product of an exclusive partnership that Sprint and Pokemon GO developer Niantic announced back in December.