Playing video games is a great way to pass the time. Verizon expanded its free gaming options yesterday for customers through the More at Home…On Us program! Since March, gaming has increased as much as 75% on Verizon networks.

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More at Home on Us is a program offering customers access to premium TV channels and new learning tools at no additional cost. Now, they are offering customers more entertaining ways to virtually connect and redeem offers to receive the following:

  • Pokémon GO: Since it recently updated its format to support players who can’t venture outside, players get a Premium Battle Pass, 65 PokéBalls and 2 Incense to aid in catching Pokémon and connect with other players from the comfort of home.
  • Roblox: On the global platform where millions gather daily, players get 500 Robux to upgrade their avatar or access special in-game abilities while they explore immersive, user-generated 3D worlds with their friends.
  • Sago Mini World: Parents can offer younger children access to hundreds of activities designed to help preschoolers develop creativity and other skills through guided play. Verizon customers can sign-up to get access to 35+ fun apps on the platform for 60 days on us.

Customers who sign-up for Verizon 5G Home service can separately get Google Stadia Premiere Edition, as available, including a Stadia Controller, a Google Chromecast Ultra and 3 months of Stadia Pro on Us. More details at verizon.com/5g/home.

—Jennifer Swartvagher

Featured photo: McKaela Lee on Unsplash

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