BMW has introduced a new tariff at its charging stationsFebruary 18, 2021
Charging electric vehicles BMW and MINI in Europe has become more comfortable and cheaper than refueling with gasoline or diesel.
BMW Group introduces uniform tariffs for public charging of electric vehicles in the EU. Since February 1, 2021, 173,000 charging points in 19 countries have united into a single ecosystem for owners of electric BMW and MINI.
The network covers more than 500 charging infrastructure operators – just register with the BMW / MINI Charging system. You can use the charging stations using a card or mobile application.
The Active tariff includes a basic monthly fee plus a fixed cost per kWh of energy.
The IONITY Plus add-on package enables fast charging on long journeys, while the Flex Flex is for those who only use the public network from time to time.
In a direct comparison, this approach is much more profitable and more convenient than owning a car on traditional fuels. Plus, you can now plan costs in advance.
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