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  • Wireless charging at McDonald's
  • Wireless charging at McDonald's
    Garry Knight (2012) ©

Wireless charging at McDonald's

Two thirds of us suffer from nomophobia – no-mobile-phone-phobia. And whether at work or out with friends, it’s true that when your phone runs out of power, at the very least it’s inconvenient. McDonald’s is combatting this by installing wireless charging points.



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