Verizon Adds Perks For Gamers To Its More At Home On Us Program

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Verizon is extending its More At Home On Us program to gamers by adding perks for a variety of different games.

To help promote staying at home and still being able to have fun playing games while doing it, the new perks will attempt to incentivize players to take advantage if their solitude.

There are only three games that have been added to the program by the looks of things. There may be more in the future, but Verizon doesn't seem to mention anything about increasing the number of offerings.

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The games that have been added though are fairly popular ones. If you dabble in Pokémon GO, Roblox, or Sago Mini World, enjoy your newfound gifts.

Pokémon GO gamers seem to get the most perks from Verizon

Verizon seems to be focusing a lot on perks for gamers that play Pokémon GO. As part of this program, Pokémon GO players will get 65 PokéBalls, 2 incense, and a premium battle pass.

The premium battle pass alone is a big get. Because you can exchange the pass for unique rewards in the Pokémon GO Battle League, which just entered season 2, or you can exchange it for entry into raid battles.

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The incense and the PokéBalls of course assist you with catching more Pokémon. So those are always going to be useful. Especially now that Niantic has patched in many new ways for players to play the game at home.

Roblox players get 500 Robux

If Pokémon GO isn't your thing, Verizon is basically handing out free Robux for Roblox players too. 500 Robux in all that you can use to buy things in the game.

These can be used to upgrade your avatar or buy in-game items. So however you tend to play, the Robux are likely useful in enhancing the experience.

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The program is also catering a little bit to parents with freebies for a platform called Sago Mini World. Inside of this platform parents and their kids have access to a whole host of learning and educational games.

It generally comes with a monthly fee though. For Verizon's part, it's giving parents and their kids the ability to sign up for access and getting it free for a whole 60 days.

All of the game perks should already be available for Verizon customers. If you haven't yet accessed them, you're missing out. Because if you have to stay at home more you might as well make the most of it and have some fun.

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