Posted by: bluesyemre | January 11, 2014

London’s first pay-per-minute café: will the idea catch on?

Pay-Per-Minute Café Charges Customers For Being There

 

  • Ziferblat is London’s first pay as you go coffee shop, where the price includes unlimited coffee, snacks, and Wi-Fi.  In London, an average cappuccino at a artisanal café costs around £2.65. At the newly opened Ziferblatcafé, you can get as many cappuccinos as you want for free – but there is a catch – you have to pay for every minute you spend there. The pay-per-minute café idea comes from Russia, where multiple Ziferblat cafés have popped up around the country in the last few years, after the original outpost in Moscow proved successful.

http://ziferblat.net/en/

http://j.mp/1cNy20x

http://www.psfk.com/2014/01/pay-per-minute-cafe-london.html

 


Responses

  1. Very interesting concept – although it sounds like it could also be as stessful place to visit…especially if you’re Scottish 🙂

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  2. Cool concept. Curious whether it works!

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