• Telekom Deutschland is now offering its GETCHARGE e‑mobility application for electric cars in 29 countries across Europe, after debuting the solution during 2018. 

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Telekom Deutschland’s GET CHARGE e‑mobility app now available across Europe

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The service is targeted at consumers, enterprises, car manufacturers, and fleet operators, and enables access via the app or a charge card to more than 56,000 charging points across Europe (including 21,000 in Germany). The move further expands Deutsche Telekom’s budding e‑mobility business, after its recent investment in Austria-based e‑mobility infrastructure specialist ENIO and fledgling roll out of its own charging stations via Deutsche Funkturm venture Comfortcharge (Deutsche Telekomwatch, #71, #78, and #82).

Hrvatski Telekom (HT) and Crnogorski Telekom have also previously flagged small-scale e‑mobility infrastructure deployments (Deutsche Telekomwatch, #55, #79, and #83), and HT recently agreed a “long‑term” partnership with GEN‑I to offer the Slovenian energy provider’s customers access to charging stations.