IMO, the only reason you wouldn't sign up would be if you don't want to provide your info to Blink for some reason, or there aren't any Blink stations in your area.adric22 wrote:I'll stick with the guest usage. I don't mind paying $2 per hour on a rare occasion that I might need a charge. I suppose if there were more chargers in the area that I could use on a regular basis when I go to all of the places I go, I'd consider the monthly subscription.
At home I pay about 11 cents/kWh or 40 cents/hour. I don't mind paying double the rate.drees wrote:I see lots of complaining about prices here, but in reality - are you really going to plug in unless you really need it anyway at any price unless it's cheaper than charging at home?
$1 per hour would seem to be a reasonable max with no membership or other recurring fees.evnow wrote:So, I don't mind paying about $1/hour.
That needs to be highlighted, and repeated. Slimy, slimy, slimy.oakwcj wrote:clicking on the acceptance would extend the termination date of my agreement from December 31, 2012, until April 30, 2014, and would give Ecotality the unilateral power to make further changes to the agreement.
What!? This is incredibly sneaky if true.oakwcj wrote:In order to sign up for a membership plan, you are required to agree to an amended RPA [residential property agreement], even though the memberships are for commercial charging only. In my case, clicking on the acceptance would extend the termination date of my agreement from December 31, 2012, until April 30, 2014, and would give Ecotality the unilateral power to make further changes to the agreement. There is another thread on Ecotality's attempts to amend contracts already in effect. I was never asked to agree to the amendments, and would not have done so. This is an incredibly sneaky and underhanded attempt to accomplish the same result through different means. If you are considering signing up for a membership plan, read the agreements carefully and decide whether you really want to do this.