Using a Fonebox phone changing station is so easy. Just follow these three simple steps:
The Fonebox is now secure will start charging your mobile phone.
Unlike some mobile charging stations, with Fonebox you can come back and check your messages at any time while your charge is in progress, at no extra cost, by simply inserting your card.To retrieve your phone, simply insert your card again. The compartment door will open and you can unplug and remove your phone.
It’s as easy as that; no keys to lose, no codes to remember, just fast, convenient charging.
Naturally you will feel concerned about leaving your mobile phone behind and walking away. After all, your phone is such an integral part of your life, and holds all your contacts and precious pictures.
But there's absolutely nothing to worry about.
Our phone charging compartment design is based on hotel safes, so there is no risk of them being broken into – what's more, they are all located in busy public places, so there'll always be someone around.
They cannot be broken into because there are no locks to pick or codes to crack. The door is operated by your debit or credit card, which incorporates some of the world's most high tech security features.You trust your card with your money, so you know you can trust it with your mobile phone.
Using a Fonebox phone charging station costs just a few pounds, depending on the location, which is a small price to pay for the convenience of having the use of your phone and access to all your contacts.
Charging your mobile phone costs a fixed fee, regardless of how long you leave your phone for, and this is often less than the cost of a cup of coffee or a drink in most venues.
It’s certainly more cost effective that using a public telephone box – that is if you can find one that is working and hasn’t been vandalised.
Of course Fonebox is not about the cost, it’s about the convenience of getting your mobile charged where and when you need it with a simple, safe phone charging solution.
After all, you can’t put a price on staying in touch so you don’t miss out, or on staying safe when you’re on your own.