Brightbox Inc. supplies mobile charging kiosks that feature secure smartphone charging and credit card activation. Brightbox mobile charging stations feature separate locked charging chambers. The mobile charging kiosks allow unlimited personal chamber access. The kiosks require a one-time flat fee depending on location which is good for a single unlimited charge.
Goal Zero supplies solar power systems that support USB, AC/DC power devices on the go. Goal Zero launched StreetCharge in partnership with AT&T and Brooklyn-based design studio PENSA to provide free solar-powered mobile charging stations in the streets of New York. Watch the Street Charge in the news in the video below: The StreetCharge is a
Brightbox Inc. is a mobile charging station company launched in 2011 that supplies secure smartphone charging kiosks. Brightbox charging stations feature credit card activation and mobile device charging for a flat fee depending on location. The company operates mobile charging kiosks in key event spaces including hotels, gyms, theme parks, casinos, malls, and
Mobile users can now recharge their smartphones and tablets on New York streets thanks to AT&T’s Street Charge. At&T is the country’s largest mobile services provider and one of the largest mobile telecom operators in the world. Street Charge provides solar-powered electric charging for mobile users on the cityscape. AT&T launched Street Charge in
Sure, puzzles and cut-outs from print ads can be fun (up to a point). But who can beat a magazine ad that can charge your mobile phone through solar power? Nivea breaks the digital and print divide by integrating both in its revolutionary solar charger ad. At first glance, the brand’s solar charger ad doesn’t seem very special if not for a conspicuous black box