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With Blink Mobile, you can find exactly where Electric Vehicle charging stations on the Blink Network are. The Blink Mobile app brings the Blink Network wherever you go. Features: • Find public Electric Vehicle Charging Stations on the Blink Network. Use your current location or search using a specific location. • Filter for chargers compatible with your electric vehicle. View Electric Vehicle Charger Information and Status • Tap an EV charger location icon to view real-time EV charger information and status, such as: • Type of EV charging available (Level 2 or DC) • EV charging status (available, busy, or unavailable) • Description of EV charging station location and applicable fees • Host or property site information Receive Electric Vehicle Charging Status Updates • Check the status of your EV charge. The notifications features can provide you with updates to the status of your EV charging session. Get notifications for all statuses, including: • Charging • Charging Completed • EV Unplugged • Fault Occurrence View/Edit Blink Member Account and Notification Settings • Choose how you receive EV charging status updates and notifications (email or SMS text message), and edit account information.
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After trying for 5min to get the charge session started with app, I had to just use the physical card instead (which works great). I’d really like to just use my phone however. I also never get notified via SMS or email when the charge is complete. I have my settings correct. I do get notified via email only when I begin a charge. Not sure why it’s just for that and only an email. This last complaint might be a little nit-picky, but I use dark mode on my iPhone and the Activity page’s text for Start Date, Start Time, Rate, and Total Charge doesn’t shift to white. This text stays black and is not readable in dark mode.
So I downloaded the app to get a blink card and sign up/manage my account. The app doesn’t show how much electricity it’s put in your car, just sticks at N/A the whole time. My car did get some charge because I saw the battery percentage go up in my car’s app. It also couldn’t activate a charging session even though I had 4 bars LTE. I had to call customer service to start a charge. Even though the app said I’m a blink member, the station also said it charged me the guest rate, so there’s that too... If my battery wasn’t low, I’d’ve just said screw it and skipped charging because of this app. The pricing (at least where I am) is theoretically pretty good, but I can’t know for sure because the app says it didn’t charge. A functional kWh added gauge would make this app better, but I’ve yet to find that on the status screen.
Signed up, received card, had to activate, took forever to even get it going. Had to call in. Then, tried to use it and found many of their stations have awful screens are are broken. Too expensive. Finally tried the pay station and it charged me 1.24 for no power. Get this, it’s not how much you get, it’s time. How stupid is that? Connected and got 0kwh for 1.24. Then my card on the account expired and they hassled me for 1.24 and told me they gave me power. Which they did not. Even my account reflects that. What a petty, stupid company. Just use chargepoint and find a free station. My opinion.
The difference between Blink and ChargePoint apps are night and day. Blink does not even have the full google maps API.... so you can’t even search by names of places. Also - wishing you could see basic real-time info such as how many KWHs have been added. You can’t even enter in your vehicle info, so no estimates on miles added. Most Blink stations in my area have broken screens so you have to wait 25 seconds for the countdown to make sure charging starts. I gave two start because it works.... I guess....
Why are Blink stations so expensive? In California they are $0.49/kWh as the member price! ($0.59/kWh if not a member). I use these stations as a last resort, not my first choice. Many of the stations I find are not in good condition. Many of them the touch screens don’t function so you have to use the app. The app is usually just fine for activating stations without RFID card but the prices are not competitive with other brands.
Developed by Blink Network, LLC.
Blink Mobile is ranking in Navigation & Lifestyle
Last update was at Sep 06, 2021and the current version is 2.4.11.
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Blink Mobile have a 233a user reviews.