Audi expands its electric vehicle charging card service to 17,500 charging points – .

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Audi expands its electric vehicle charging card service to 17,500 charging points – .


Audi has expanded its single-card electric vehicle charging service to cover almost 75% of the UK’s public charging network, covering more than 17,500 charging points.

The service, which allows customers to charge at multiple branded charging points for a fixed monthly cost, previously applied to some AC, DC, and Ionity charging points, but has now been expanded to include BP Pulse, Pod Point, Source London and 19 other British operators.

“Audi’s goal has always been to make the transition from combustion to electrified vehicles as easy as possible for our customers, and the expansion of our ultra-convenient E-tron charging service is a clear demonstration of this. Said Andrew Doyle, Audi UK director.

“With just one card, Audi customers now have access to almost 75% of UK public charging points. This is a vast collection of fast, fast and super-fast charging points across the country, which will give them greater flexibility and convenience in everyday life.

Customers will continue to have the choice between “city” and “transit” fares. The city tariff, aimed at those who travel primarily to urban areas, cover shorter distances and have the option of recharging at home, will cost £ 4.91 per month at standardized rates of 29 pence per kWh for recharging. standard and 39 pence per kWh for fast charging. . The faster charging 350 kW Ionity stations are set at 70 pence per kWh.

The transit tariff, for customers who travel greater distance and require faster recharging times, costs £ 16.81 per month on a 12-month contract. Standardized charging rates reflect city rates, but it offers a discounted Ionity rate of 28p per kWh.

E-tron owners will also receive the free transit rate for the first 12 months, along with a £ 150 top-up voucher. BP Instant Access is included in both tariffs, with costs of 20p per kWh for AC charging, increasing to 42p per kWh for chargers with speeds of 120 kW and above.

The service applies to E-tron models, which have an RFID card inside the glove box that can be used to register for service using the vehicle’s VIN number.

Customers can also use chargers in Europe with no additional roaming charges on both tariffs and can start and follow the charging process using the payment card or through the myAudi app.

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