Are you on your way to your destination but feeling low because your phone is close to empty batt? Worry no more as Cherry Mobile, in partnership with Light Rail Manila Corporation (LRMC), is
providing charging kiosks at select LRT-1 stations. Now you can power up for FREE!
Making Life Easier: Cherry Mobile’s COO, Michelle Ngu-Cinco (left) together with LRMC, Head of Corporate Communications, Rochelle Gamboa (right) officially opened the Cherry Mobile charging kiosks located at LRT-1 D. Jose and Central stations
“Cherry Mobile, as a company, was found because we wanted to level the playing field and provide the masses affordable, quality smartphones. Service was at our very core. Now, we want to further serve the public by ensuring that they stay connected throughout the day – most especially on their long commute,” shares Michelle Ngu-Cinco, Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Cherry Mobile.
Look for the brightly colored Cherry Mobile charging stations at LRT-1 Doroteo Jose and Central stations and charge your devices for free! In this day and age, it’s hard to get about the city without a fully charged battery. By “fueling” up at the Cherry Mobile stations, you can be assured that you can post, upload, listen, watch, stay connected, and even send emails as you make your way to the office or home to your loved ones.
“LRMC (Light Rail Manila Corporation) and PHAR Philippines, have always sought new partnerships with private companies to help improve the daily commute of LRT-1 riders. Cherry Mobile, with its expertise in mobile technology and wide network, becomes just the right partner for such an endeavor.” says Juan Alfonso, President and CEO of LRMC.
“We look forward to this strengthened partnership with Cherry Mobile and turning it into a success. This is a great initiative that helps Filipino commuters; and this is a necessary step to making Metro Manila a truly modern, smart city,” he continues.
In addition to the charging stations, Cherry Mobile further brightens up your journeys as it will host mini concerts from August 17, 24, and 31 2018. Watch out for bands and performers as they keep you entertained at the stations.