Chargefox has announced a new partnership with BMW Group Australia to provide customers of the BMW i3 and i3S 120Ah with a convenient charging solution now and into the future.
Owners of the BMW i3 and i3S 120Ah will receive a three-year subscription to Chargefox, which includes a 250kWh/year allowance. This allowance equates to more than six complimentary charging sessions where the vehicle is charged from zero to full.
In addition, this complimentary charge allowance with the three-year subscription allows BMW i3 and i3S 120Ah customers to use the Chargefox ultra-rapid EV chargers, which are powered by 100 per cent renewable energy.
Charging outside the allowance during the three-year subscription is available to BMW i3 and i3S 120Ah customers at a discounted rate.
Welcoming the agreement, Chargefox Chief Executive, Marty Andrews, said BMW’s solid show of support means it will now be easier than ever for customers to buy and charge their i3.
“Chargefox is opening new charging stations every month, and this agreement means that BMW customers can confidently buy an i3 with the knowledge that they’re never too far from fast, easy, reliable charging.”
By the end of 2019 Chargefox will have more than 100 fast DC chargers operating around Australia. Part of that public network expansion is the rollout of the Ultra-Rapid EV chargers – Australia’s first. Four Ultra-Rapid charging sites are already open and 22 will be completed and ready for use by the end of the year.
BMW Group Australia CEO Vikram Pawah said the new partnership was the ideal complement to BMW i3 and i3S 120Ah ownership.
“This new collaboration with Chargefox perfectly underlines our commitment to customer centricity,” Mr Pawah said.
“Our partnership will make owning an i3 even more pleasurable. Customers can recharge their vehicle very quickly thanks to the new Ultra Rapid chargers, and the best is still yet to come with many more charging locations becoming available around Australia before the end of the year.”