You don't realize this is a problem until it happens to you. You plug your phone in overnight, and upon waking up the next morning, you realize your phone didn't charge. Now you're leaving the house for the day and you have a phone on 5%. Sometimes it's a faulty cord, sometimes the cord's not actually plugged into the wall. And there's this - most power banks require you to press a button to turn them on. If you forget to press that button, charging isn't happening! Not so with Boosa. When you plug in to one of our power banks, it turns itself on. Only buy smart power banks!
My phone never charged last night so it completely died and I woke up freaking out cause I thought I overslept.— Medusa (@stayshie) June 21, 2018
Air travel has become an integral part of our lives, and as technology advances, so does our reliance on electronic devices. Whether you're a frequent flyer or an occasional traveler, one common concern is whether you can bring a portable charger on a plane. In this blog post, we'll explore the guidelines and regulations surrounding the use of portable chargers during air travel to ensure a smooth and hassle-free journey.