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You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeThe Pokmon GO phenomenon shows no signs of slowing down as more and more players sign up across the UK.The health effects of the augmented reality game have been well publicised getting people out and about around their local area.But what about your smartphone health?Pokmon GO requires a lot of effort from your tiny pocket computer.Read MoreMany people have complained the mega viral game is decimating their battery life and running up costs on their data plan. We taken a closer look to explain how to avoid a Pokmeltdown.Battery drain playing Pokmon GO It been widely circulated that playing Pokmon GO will kill your battery. Independent testing from Cnet revealed that 30 minutes of play dropped battery life by 15%.That pretty big when the same test revealed 30 minutes of Facebook browsing only ate five percent.Read MoreQuiz: How many Pokmon can you name? Test your knowledge as Pokmon Go is released in UKTo put that in context, you have to play for roughly seven hours a day for 15 days straight to go through a 1GB data package.Mind you, that statistic hasn stopped T Mobile coming up with a sparkling bit of PR by offering free mobile data for Pokmon GO players.”With the carriers’ shared data schemes, players could easily burn up the family’s data bucket and then, hello, overcharges! At T Mobile, we’re unleashing Pokmon Go so our customers can play free for a year.” said John Legere, president and CEO of T Mobile.allMost ReadMost RecentTikTokTeens warned not to eat ‘pill’ inside pregnancy tests in dangerous TikTok trendThe latest trend on TikTok sees teens eating the ‘pill’ inside Clearblue pregnancy tests, amid claims it’s the contraceptive pillTinder hack lets you see who has liked you without paying for upgradeTinderIf you’ve ever missed a potential Tinder match, there’s a sneaky way you can go back and take a look for freePeople are convinced a robber emoji exists but experts explain the truthemojiThere are currently over 3,300 emoji in the Unicode Consortium, and it seems that many emoji users are convinced that a robber character is one of them.