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When asked on twatter a while back they said they were still working on a tarriff and may have it in june. Silence ever since. The problem will be that if they put a monthly subscription in place like others you need to exclusively use Ionity for about 9000 miles just to equal Instavolts 35p rate. Thats not really going to work for most owners, and pay as you go rate when you need it on Ionity will be cheaper or much cheaper if you just use alternative networks. If they come up with a rate without monthly subscription great, but it seems unlikely. Personally we are going to stick to Instavolt and only use an Ionity if needed.
 

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I had a problem with an Ionity charger in Spain. When I spoke to the help desk (in Germany I think) and complained about the app, the man on the other end said "yeah we will be getting rid of that hopefully, by the autumn you should be able to just register the car, plug it in and be billed at the end of the month". So that maybe a time when a Kia/Hyundai tariff becomes available.
 
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