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I have used Engenie before and find them a good reliable network, usually with two rapids at each location. The are changing their name to Osprey and have just launched a replacement app. I think most or all of the rapids are also contactless at 36p/kW.

The new Osprey app gives you 31p/kW so it is worth downloading and signing up.


Search for the app in the Apple or Google app stores. I'm not sure if the link to the apps is on the web site yet.
 

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Just noticed there is a mention of this here a few weeks ago.
 

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Ah cool, cheers for the info on The Octopus bit :)
Electric Juice is really good if you're already an Octopus customer.
Instead of charging an associated credit/debit card, it adds the charging cost to your home electric bill.
 

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I like having both bases covered, hate not being able to charge through some thing i could have done prior that i didn't do and not having a plan B. Got an octopus card but not a zap pay one yet.
 

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I like having both bases covered, hate not being able to charge through some thing i could have done prior that i didn't do and not having a plan B. Got an octopus card but not a zap pay one yet.
There is no Zap-Pay card. It's built into their phone app.
 
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