Dallas Startup Introduces, a Box for Your Phones

From time spent with friends to a sit down family meal, make any social occasion, more social.

Dallas, TX, May 20, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Just Us. No Phones. announced today the release of its first product, a box for your phones. With smartphone users spending nearly 3 hours each day on their phones, it’s become routine to be in a room with people you know and see everyone fixated on their devices. Just Us. No Phones. is a message and a movement that reminds us to spend time together, without our phones. Whether you’re having dinner with family, hanging out with friends, or relaxing in bed with a loved one, the Just Us. No Phones. Box is a simple and effective way to store your phones and keep the conversation going.

“We wanted to build something that made it easy to make any social occasion, more social,” said Brad Boss, Founder. “In general, our phones tend to be near us wherever we go, and it’s become a habit to check it and check it often. 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. It’s our hope that people discover how a simple gesture can make any get together, better.”

Product Description & Pricing

The Just Us. No Phones. Box is made of black acrylic and measures 7.5” x 4.5” x 3”. It has enough capacity to hold up to 5 phones and is small enough to blend into any setting. The Box can be purchased online at www.justusnophones.com and retails for $25.

“We see this as a first step toward fulfilling our mission and invite people to bring a box into their home to see the impact it can have. We’re also building partnerships with restaurants and food establishments so that when friends and family go out to enjoy a meal, they can do so and feel uninterrupted with their phones conveniently tucked away.”

About Just Us. No Phones. LLC

As communications technologies continue to evolve, the aim of Just Us. No Phones. is to focus on what’s truly important and develop solutions that make getting together, better.
Just Us. No Phones.
Brad Boss