I've leased via a work salary sacrifice scheme with Tusker. However it was Audi Glasgow where the car was delivered to who helped with Pod Point and the free install. All happened within 2 weeks in August which was great. Also worth checking with dealership about the e-tron Charging Service as I got a free year on the Transit tariff and £150 credit to use for charging.I'm at the other side of the county, near Petworth. According to Zap-Map there are two 150kW chargers within a few miles of home plus a lot of 50kW so things should be fine.
I am interested in your PodPoint/Audi install though. Love to learn exactly how it all worked, was your dealer proactive in getting it sorted? When did the process start relative to your delivery date?
Its a bit of a sorry service in my opinion. Even where a supplier is listed and active, figuring out the actual charging cost takes a bit of investigation. Instavolt UK charge £0.35/kWh yet the eCS tariff will charge you £0.39/kWh. Geniepoint is a supplier, but not all their charge points appear on the eCS map. The ones that do are listed as 'ChargePoint' not Genie Point. There is one local to me, which isn't on the map and doesn't accept the etron RFID card. Its an AC charger. I think only Genie Point's DC chargers are on the eCS service.As far as the e-tron Charging Service goes, I have not been able to find a definitive list of participating suppliers. Lots of Logos appear on the Audi press release and website which date from when they set it up but some of these are now out of date. Did they give you a list? If not, have you found it easy to use at the common charge sites?