As an Ecotricity customer you might think I would be smug about recharging for free, but any advantage I might have is more than offset by communication anxiety.
Will there be a good ‘phone signal?
Will I have enough data allowance?
Will the app work?
For goodness sake Ecotricity provide individually identified swipe cards for your customers at least!
The main ecotricity chargers I have used have been on the motorway and always seem to get 3/4g at least but I suppose comes down to networks etc. I have had more problems trying to use chargemaster app as they tends to be off main roads, so ended up getting a card for them
Thanks I didn’t notice that £12 for two charges… I sent them an email and received a reply that they are looking again at their pricing model, so perhaps they have realised going from free to £6 might hve been a bit harsh.
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