On-street electric vehicle charging network Connected Kerb, and ultra-rapid charging provider Fastned have now gone live on the Allstar-Zapmap network.
It means fleet drivers can pay for charging at Connected Kerb and Fastned sites across the country using their Allstar One Electric card lodged digitally within the Zapmap app.
Drivers simply need to download the Zapmap app, add their Allstar One Electric card and activate their Allstar features. This will enable them to pay for EV charging across a growing list of the UK’s leading charge point networks, which now includes Connected Kerb, ESB, Fastned, MFG EV Power and Osprey.
This single-app payment solution allows drivers to avoid the hassle of relying on multiple payment methods and removes the need to carry a physical RFID card at all times.
Harrison Brook, Head of Partnerships at Zapmap, said:“I’m delighted to see both Connected Kerb and Fastned going live on the Allstar-Zapmap network. Not only do the two networks provide critical charging solutions at both ends of the scale, but they are extremely highly rated by Zapmap users – a great sign for electric fleet drivers across the country.
“It’s clear that the Allstar-Zapmap network is already providing significant value for fleet drivers by enabling them to pay across multiple charge point operators via Zap-Pay. And with the addition of reliable networks such as Connected Kerb and Fastned, I’m pleased to say that charging electric fleets up and down the UK is only getting easier.”
Zapmap’s partnership with Allstar aims to make charging simple for fleets. With fleets increasingly making the switch to electric, fleet managers benefit from one clear overview of all electricity costs, as well as a simplified admin portal delivering full visibility of spend across fleets.