ChargedAs is rolling out Volty Powerbanks across Aotearoa New Zealand, sharing revenue with clients as part of our “support local” ethos.

We set up compact power bank stations at eight new locations in the past few days alone, adding to the already-significant power bank sharing network you’ll see on the Volty app map.

New venues in Auckland’s CBD are: North Park gastropub and 16 Tun craft beer bar in the Wynyard Quarter and Andrew Andrew craft beer spot on the Viaduct Harbour.

Anyone in Newmarket whose phone is running low on charge can grab a power bank from The Claddagh Irish Pub.

If you’re out shopping or looking for a night out in Sylvia Park, the Garrison Public House is now a sharing venue.

We’ve also just set up a power bank station at Ally’s Kitchen, next to Ellerslie train station.

If you’re on the North Shore, The Stoned Cow cafe in Browns Bay is also now providing this customer service, which also charges a variety of other gadgets.

And you’ll see many more venues added soon!

You can drop off your power bank when done at any of the venues shown on the Volty app map.

We charge clients nothing to set up and maintain Volty stations and we’re keeping power bank rental prices down to $1.75 per hour, $7 maximum per day until 31 January 2023, in line with NZ inflation-relief cost-of-living measures.

Keeping a Volty Powerbank is an option: We charge $42 if it’s not returned after six days.

Download the Volty app and get the first 2 hours of charge for free: Google Play; Apple App Store