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Phone Charges Will Appear In Metro
26.05.2015 16:09
Phone Charges Will Appear In Metro
(Source: http://m.sosedi.ru)

Carriages with charging places for mobile phones will appear in the trains of the Moscow metro. The devices will be fully charged in 6-7 minutes, according to the General Director of “Metrovagonmash” OJSC Aleksandr Nikitenko, as the agency “Moskva” reported on Thursday, May 14. “Now the phones have induction antennae inserted into them, and we will install responding parts inside the carriages, with their help the phones will be recharged. Since we have Wi-Fi in the metro, the phones run low very quickly, then you can put a phone to a special device in the carriage, and within 6-7 minutes it will be almost completely charged”- Nikitenko told to the agency.

      As he added, by 2017 about 700 carriages of this kind will be equipped.


Sources: http://strana.ru 

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Moscow metro     

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