Popularity of Mobile Charging Service at US Airports Prompts Expansion SAN DIEGO –– June 12, 2019 –– Tricopian, Inc., a San Diego, California-based developer of the innovative FuelRod mobile charging service for smartphones and tablets, announces that it has expanded its service at the Boston Logan International (BOS) airport. The popular “Power on the Go” service is now available in 34 airports throughout the United States. The Boston airport added Ten new FuelRod Kiosks, bringing the total to twelve convenient locations.
The FuelRod “SwapBox” service provides travelers with ready-to-use, mobile chargers that eliminate the need to recharge at electrical outlets, charging stations, or charge lockers.
With a growing network of kiosks that allow for the quick exchange or swap of the lightweight charger, FuelRod enables flyers to stay mobile while they charge their phones and help the environment by keeping batteries out of landfills.
“We’re thrilled to expand our FuelRod service at Boston Logan,” said Tricopian co-founder, Joe Yeagley. “The response to our FuelRod ‘SwapBox’ service has been terrific in Boston. We continue to rapidly expand our footprint into busy airports, theme parks, and convention centers across the U.S. and Europe.
Travelers can purchase a FuelRod charging kit at BOS currently priced at $20.00 that will substantially charge a standard iPhone™ or Android™ phone. Once used or depleted, users can recharge the FuelRod via any USB source using the provided connectors or swap it at any FuelRod Kiosk for a fresh – fully charged FuelRod. The swap fee at BOS is just $1, however, travelers can take advantage of frequent discount offers posted on Facebook and Twitter including the current promotion: Code – BOS19 for $2 off on a new kit or free swaps through 7/7/19.
The FuelRod Power-on-the-Go charging service will be on display at the AAAE conference in Boston June 16 – 19, 2019.
FuelRod SwapBox kiosks are at a growing number of locations in the U.S. and Europe. In addition, FuelRod chargers can be purchased online at www.fuel-rod.com. FuelRod is active on
Twitter @FuelRodPower and Facebook at FuelRodPower.