'Just Us. No Phones.' Helps Consumers Disconnect from Their Smartphones

By: Katherine Pendrill - Aug 9, 2016
References: justusnophones & pr
A Dallas-based startup called 'Just Us. No Phones.' recently debuted a new lock box for smartphones. With consumers spending countless hours each day on their phones, there is a growing demand for products and services that help individuals unplug. This box provides a physical solution for those who just can't seem to put their phone down.

The product created by Just Us. No Phones. is a simple box designed to hold up to five smartphones at a time. The boxes are small and discrete, making them an ideal solution for a party or event. The idea behind the box is that if a phone is out of sight, it will curb the desire to keep checking for new messages. As company founder Brad Boss explains, "With a box, people can easily stow away their phones and be free to focus on their friends, family, and the environment they’re in."

With plans to begin partnering with restaurants and other venues, Just Us. No Phones. provides an easy way for tech-obsessed consumers to temporarily disconnect.