Australia's biggest telco says it is "always looking for ways to bring 5G to life in more places, and to show off what it is truly capable of," and it's why Telstra is "teaming up with Augmented Reality (AR) gaming developer, Niantic, to bring a new multiplayer game to Australia."
In the end, it appears to have all been a storm in a P cup – or Pokémon Go cup, if you prefer. I refer to the claim by some random guy named Adam Reeve that the version of the Pokémon Go app on iOS allowed a massive data outflow if one signed in using a Google account.
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