Renault Zoe 50
Plenty of posts about this already, so I'm surprised you don't know.Enlighten me?
The chargers are installed and electricity paid for by the land-owner in pretty much all cases. So it's up to them who charges there, not Tesla.
In almost all cases, at least one destination charger can be used by a non-Tesla with Type 2 socket. I know because I use them all the time with my Zoe.
Tesla provide EVSE hardware free to some hospitality and retail businesses, in exchange for putting the destination on the Tesla navigation maps. The fact they put their logo on the unit seems to upset you.