One of Jackie Chan’s restaurants in Hong Kong not only serves good food fast, they also offer a phone charging service.

You set up your phone to charge (in a lockable cabinet) as you walk into the restaurant. When you are done feeding your tummy, your phone is full too.

What a brilliant insight into the customers’ smallest need. And it seem to be well appreciated too.

What does this say about cafes in Australia where you still have to pay for Internet access by the minute in exorbitant Telstra rip-off rates?

(From a recent National Geographic Channel’s Megacities programme on Hong Kong.)