Charging for Charging

This seems utterly reasonable.

Tired of clients plugging their devices for hours, cafe owner Galina Pokorny now charges €1 ($1.06; £0.85) for those who take too long charging.

“Tourists – always electricity, electricity, electricity. Sorry but who is going to pay me for it?” she said.

A recharge during a 15-minute coffee is still fine. More than that will add to the bill.

The fee applies also to laptops and tablets and it is multiplied by the number of devices being recharged.

4 Responses to Charging for Charging

  1. kjanz1899 says:

    How long will it take before liberals demand changing charges becomes a human right?

  2. Kevin Scheunemann says:

    $1….to cheap.

    I’d pay that in a second while being a tourist.

     

  3. CaptainNed says:

    Tesla was right.

    I’ll let that percolate for a bit.

  4. kjanz1899 says:

    “How long will it take before liberals demand changing charges becomes a human right?”

    That’s not what I meant to say… try this again….

    How long will it take before liberals demand charging their devices for free is a basic human right?

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