sorry I meant the 12 months free for the transit tariff.I'd you're on the Transit tariff and start a charge on an Ionity machine with your EVs card, then it should only charge you at 28p/kWh and presumably you'd either lose some credit (if applicable) or get invoices the following month.
Good point. I've started to use some of my credit (expire 19th August) rather than paying at home. Probably won't get a chance for a decent road trip before the 1st year anniversary, so it would be a shame to lose it and I won't be renewing the Transit tariff as no benefit to me personally.FYI, the £150 credit will last 3 years, but the access to the tariff is only free for 1. You'd need to be doing a lot of public charging to get sufficient benefit to make the charging service worth £16.81 a month.
Only for new cars. And frustratingly from MY2020 onwards - the nice Audi team informed me that my 2019 car wasn't eligible...not really the early adopter reward I was looking for, especially after I have helped them iron out pretty much every known fault on the car...I'm looking at 2nd hand and cannot see if I would get the years free subscription. I also can't see what the prices are after discount to see if it's worth the money.
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Why not ask them on the WhatsApp concierge service?I am in the frustrating situation that I mistakenly activated my free 12 month transit subscription 6 months earlier than I would have liked. This has now meant that my transit subscription has ended last week with £85 of credit balance now stranded. My intention/hope is that I can sign up for a single month of city membership in August so that I can use the balance for our summer holiday roadtrips.
Do you think this will work? ie paying for a single month of (cheaper) city membership to regain access to the £85 credit?