OK, let me get this straight. These chargers will be out in public, so you have to plug your phone in and either stand there and wait while it charges or leave and come back in 10 seconds to find it gone.
Oh, and they're going to move them around, so you can never really be sure where you'll find one.
Something like this might be useful when you can charge a phone in two minutes, but, as long as getting a decent amount of juice in it is going to take at least 20 minutes, absolutely no one is going to use these things.
that' my Q also.
how does this really work?
dont people have a car?
i always charge inside my car when i'm not at home!
Really? You're being given a really useful service free, with no obligation to you, and your first instinct is to complain that it isn't flawless?
What if you want to make an emergency call, have to check your mail really quick or receive a big file over 10MB but your charge meter is already in the red zone. It'd be great if I could pull a micro USB charger plug from a pole (I'd be kind of weird...