The price for traveling by airplane is high-enough, so isn’t it a little outrageous to have to pay for a few commodities at a major airport? Some airports have started experimenting with the idea of charging people for use of their power outlets, offering a certain amount of time for a price. These PowerPort stations offer travelers a spot to plug-in, providing they have a credit card to swipe through, charging their devices for the price of $4.50 an hour – ouch, nice profit margin.
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