I did signup on that form when I was having issues with connectivity. Somehow the 'Accept Conditions' had been deselected causing the internet connection, not to function.Ignore all that, it does nothing. You can't complete the signup anyway, and even if you did, there's no hotspot functionality enabled in the car anyway.
Are you sure about that? A couple of other non-uk soon to be owners said they had been invited to set up 4g hotspot registration prior to delivery. below :-Ignore all that, it does nothing. You can't complete the signup anyway, and even if you did, there's no hotspot functionality enabled in the car anyway.
Not sure but this might concern only the UK as mine is also planned for delivery tomorrow morning and I got a nice reminder email (note that I did not need a reminder at all) this afternoon also inviting me to signup for the hotspot 4g connection to be fully ready for tomorrow.
I'm in Belgium and was expected to pick up the car tomorrow at ScanCar in Wilrijk (Antwerp). I got the nice email, did all the hotspot registration, etc... and then phone call came at 18:23 from the Polestar Representative I had spoken to a few times before. So it is certainly not UK only.
Reading the T&Cs is did also say something about allowances, and that they would bill you through the car supplier for use above some unspecified allowance. This is all generic as the same car internet service is used by BMW and Rolls Royce.That could certainly be it then, however they both specifically mentioned hotspot registration rather than a general 4g/sim registration and Toscal353 screenshot shows a generic car hotspot registration. We'll see in the next week to two. TBH car hotspot would be nice but not top of the list of features for me.