Tesla Model 3 Premium Connectivity expiry dramas!



Now that Tesla has made Premium Connectivity a 12 month subscription service, should owners who ordered their cars, when Premium connectivity had no time limit, still get premium connectivity free for the life of their Tesla? i think so. do you? i feel we should, as at the time of our order placement with Tesla, our Model 3 info page suggested premium connectity was included for life..
So, what do you think? comment below.

Thank you..
oh, and dont forget , while on the topic of free stuff! order through our referal code for free supercharger credit… now thats another topic..

10 Replies to “Tesla Model 3 Premium Connectivity expiry dramas!”

  1. Sensei Shredder

    Actually Tesla announced today that FSD (currently AUD$8,500*) when fully functional & operational in a few years time the final product will be worth well over AUD$152,250 (USD$100,000)! What a bargain at current price (*if purchased before 29th/30th June 2020)

  2. ygg drasil

    Hey Syd EV unless I'm much mistaken it looks like you got your wish – free Premium Connectivity for life for early adopters! How awesome is elon musk. What other company would respond so agilely and immediately?

  3. ygg drasil

    "should owners who ordered their cars, when Premium connectivity had no time limit, still get premium connectivity free for the life of their Tesla? "
    The answer is definitively yes. This is surely a mistake by Tesla accounting department.

  4. ygg drasil

    You probably want to reach out to Tesla about this. It's not going to cost them much to give you ongoing connectivity, and the cost to their good name for being misleading is way more than this. They reversed the guy who bought a Model S second hand with full autopilot when they tried to make him pay for it a second time. Once companies reach a certain size they start to get club-footed with their customer relations, and this might be an error on their part. Adam Neely made a video supporting Chappell Warner music's case for Katy Perry's right to use the minor scale in her music, and then Chappell Warner turned round and took Adam's advertising rights claiming the video as their own as he'd used a excerpt of music. 1. It wasn't their music so they had no right to it. 2. How completely stupid of Chappell Warner to attack someone who is defending them.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KM6X2MEl7R8

    I think you'll find the same thing happens if you reach out to Elon Musk. You have a good case and this is misleading. You took 'connectivity included' to mean 'permanently included' and that's a fair assumption to make. Some bean counter in Tesla's accounts department has probably made this dumb decision.

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