Starbucks has launched wireless charging in 200 of their stores in the US, the company has installed Powermat wireless chargers in their stores in the San Francisco Bay area.
The company plans to roll out the wireless charging feature to all of their stores throughout the US, and they also intend to expand the service to Europe and Asia before the end of the year.
“We are thrilled to offer our Bay Area customers the next level of convenience with Powermat wireless charging. This first market installation is a first step towards a national deployment of this amenity in our stores,” said Adam Brotman, chief digital officer at Starbucks. “We were pleased with the customer response to the pilot tests we conducted over the past two years and we now expect an even greater level of customer satisfaction as we set forth to offer wireless charging capability on a national scale.”
Starbucks will lens you a Duracell Powermatt ring to charge you device, alternatively you can buy your own in store and they will cost you $9.99, you can find out more details over at Starbucks at the link below.Filed Under: Mobile Phone News, Technology News