Charge your electric car on the go – AUTO BILD

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The exclusive charging package in the AUTO BILD edition: Charge Amps Halo ™ for 499 euros instead of 1189 euros RRP.

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The tight 18 euros basic fee fall in contrast to other providers rather high the end. EnBW calculates for example in the multi-charger direct current tariff 46 cents / kWh, but only 4.99 euros basic fee. In our own comparison with the “Ionity Direct” tariff for 79 cents / kWh (without a basic fee), the subscription pays for itself quickly: after 40.88 charged kilowatt hours per month, to be exact. This value makes the tariff for frequent driversthat have to charge on the go, definitely interesting – After all, it means that the subscription is available for many e-cars It is worthwhile starting with a full charge (that’s how far a battery charge really goes in an electric car).

In contrast to the competition, the Ionity charging network scores above all Trunk roads with many columns and faster loading speed. There are now numerous charging tariffs from other providers that users can use also access the Ionity columns can – mostly for 79 cents a kilowatt hour. This amount caused a real outcry from the Ionity column users at the end of January 2020. Because by then had a complete charging process only eight euros no matter how much electricity flowed. In many cases one came Price increase by more than 500 percent same.

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