Sports How to keep your cell phone charged at the U.S. Open At the U.S. Open, Chase is providing free places to charge your cell phones. Photo Credit: Casey Musarra By CASEY MUSARRA email@example.com Updated September 2, 2015 12:36 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet gShare Email Don't worry about your battery running out before you have a chance to snap a great photo of Serena Williams (and others) in action at the U.S. Open. Chase has four charging stations throughout USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, according to Barbara Guzman, a brand ambassador for Two Dots/JP Morgan Chase & Co. There is one adjacent to Court 7 near the south gate, one at Arthur Ashe Stadium and two Chase kiosks on the grounds. The charging stations are free and compatible with iPhone 4, iPhone 5 and Android products. Fans can leave their phones in individual charging cubbies within the stations that are equipped with keypads to lock and unlock. Guzman said there's no time limit on how long someone can leave their phone in the stations. The kiosks have two operators with iPads. Fans enter their last name and last four digits of their phone number on the iPad, and a cubby opens at random. There are select double-cubbies to charge tablets. Additionally, Chase customers can get free pre-charged portable chargers from the information kiosk at the middle of the grounds. By CASEY MUSARRA firstname.lastname@example.org Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments Comments section is temporarily on hold. Here’s why.