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"AT&T Street Charge is a natural next step in our ongoing efforts to keep New Yorkers connected and is a direct outgrowth of our experience from Superstorm Sandy," Marissa Shorenstein, President of AT&T NY, told Inhabitat NYC. "It was after Sandy that we decided to pilot a free public charging solution and we naturally looked for a sustainable option."

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  1. Tanya Elder July 22, 2013 at 11:33 am
    I used one of these at Governor's Island yesterday. I was happy for it, but the iPhone 5 plus was corroded, probably from sea salt, and didn't work. I luckily had my own jack and plugged it into the USB jack, and since my phone was completely dead, I could not detect whether it was charging or not until someone else with me tried to their own phone in the USB plug. All in all, two our of three USB jacks worked, and the iPhone 5 plug did not. But I was happy for a charge.