Pricing packages

Whether you are a regular user of the quick charging network or just need the charge from time to time, you will find the suitable pricing options from our offers.

Combined package

Combined package suits for the EV owner, who will use quick charging 1-2 times per week.

  • Monthly fee: 10 EUR
  • Pay per charge: 2,5 EUR

Unlimited kWh per chargeMaximum duration of the quick charging session is 60 minutes. The connector of the quick charger will be released after that and the next customer can start the new charging session.

Flex package

 

Flex package suits for the EV owner, who will use quick charging 1-2 times per month.

  • Monthly fee: -
  • Pay per charge below 10 minutes: 1,5 EUR 
  • Pay per charge below 20 minutes: 3 EUR 
  • Pay per charge over 20 minutes: 4,5 EUR 
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  • Unlimited kWh per charge. The price is calculated per 10 minutes. Maximum duration of the quick charging session is 60 minutes.

 

Volume package

Volume package suits for the EV owner, who will use quick charging more than 1-2 times per week.

  • Monthly fee: 30 EUR
  • Pay per charge: 1,2EUR after monthly limit of 150kWh is exceeded.

Monthly fee includes 150kWh of energy and unlimited charging sessionsMaximum duration of the quick charging session is 60 minutes.

 

All prices with VAT. 
 

Monthly fee includes one set of authorization tools: one RFID-card and mobile number for mobile app and/or SMS.

Additional authorization tools

If you need more than one RFID card and mobile number, the following prices apply:

 

 

Combine

Flex

Volume

 

Additional RFID-card or mobile number 10EUR/month Free 30EUR/month  
All prices with VAT

How to change the package?

You can chage the package in self service portal. Choose "Packages" under the menu item "My account" and make your choice there. The customer service need to approve your choice before it becomes active.
Change of package will take effect on the first day of the following month.

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