The tiny mobile shop offers a range of standard electronics repair services, as well free phone charging and WiFi
Mobile repair shop Lovefone is opening up a series of the world’s tiniest repair shops. And it will all be inside the traditional British red telephone booths.
Now, we all know Mobile phones have made telephone boxes outdated. But now a British company is hoping to give them a new lease of life.
‘Lovefone’ recently opened its second booth on Brompton Road in Knightbridge, following a Greenwich launch last August.
The phone box repair shops offer a range of standard electronics repair services, as well free mobile phone charging and WiFi.
The aim is to have 35 locations in London over the next 18 months. With franchise opportunities available outside London.
The telephone boxes are equipped with a custom made pod that has CCTV, Internet, charging bays, temperature control and an iPad.
When business slows down at certain times of the day, ‘Lovefone’s’ technicians refurbish iPhones, which they sell online.
‘Lovefone’ now owns the sole rights to the repair concept, and it is working with Red Kiosk to roll out miniature repair shops in Holborn, Hampstead, Richmond, Kensington and Westminster.