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EV Swiss charging networks/cards

I've got a Swisscharge card and account couple of years ago, and I have not researched this market since then - are there any better/cheaper/etc. Swiss EV charging networks/cards? I am pretty happy with Swisscharge, however their roaming partner list is a bit limited. I've recently bumper into move.ch, but I am not sure it is worth the subscription, though.

Any recommendations? Many thanks in advance!
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Re: EV Swiss charging networks/cards

Won't charging depend on the make of car? VW/Audi have arrangements with Ionity, for example.

When I bought my Tesla M3 I joined a lot of charging schemes before I drove to the UK (and back). Thankfully I didn't need to use any other than Tesla's Superchargers. No non-Tesla charging network seems a mess...
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Re: EV Swiss charging networks/cards

It depends on how much you ride.

evpass.ch is good, if you ride a lot or usually charge between 19.00 and 8.00. Flat fee for Night tariff is 50CHF/month, all common charging standards are available.
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Re: EV Swiss charging networks/cards

I have chargemap and Ionity. For "move" best to check your electric company for a subscription. In Geneva SIG is partnered with move network aside from the stalls provided in the city.
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