Coffs Harbour's Plantation Hotel is one of the first venues outside of Sydney to invest in DiscGo, a portable mobile phone charger.
Coffs Harbour's Plantation Hotel is one of the first venues outside of Sydney to invest in DiscGo, a portable mobile phone charger. Contributed

Running flat on a night out a thing of the past

THAT terrible feeling of having your mobile phone run out of battery while you're out might no longer be an issue.

The Discgo Charger is the newest innovation for phone charging, keeping you portable while you're out. Coffs Harbour is one of the first places out of Sydney to sign on for these innovative pieces of tech.

The Discgo Charger is about to go national but the Plantation Hotel is going to be one of the first to take on this tech that is spreading like wild fire.

The Discgo Charger is a new innovation from Puck Charger Systems, providing a truly 'mobile' mobile charger device, delivering connectivity, convenience and a continuation of service.

It's a charging system that's designed for cafes, restaurants, venues and bars, gyms, shopping centres and cinemas allowing customers and patrons to move about freely, while giving their phone a much-needed charge. 

According to publicans around the city, customers start to move on as their phone battery power starts to deplete.

Pubs have been forced to find a way to keep the customer in their bar for longer.

"Everyone needs to keep interactive these days," says Managing Director, Sean Brandtman.

"We are all looking for ways of charging our mobile phones whilst on the move. So no need to carry that charger around with you, we have the solution - Discgo Charger."



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