Six days ago, while poking around in my Electrify America app, I found an invitation to activate Plug & Charge for my 2022 ID4 Pro S AWD (made in Germany, delivered about a month ago). That seemed nice, that EA was helping move us all into a smoother charging experience. So I tapped and swiped to activate it. "Activation usually takes a few minutes, but may take longer . . . If you are unable to use P&C within 24 hours or if you have additional questions, please call 1-833-632-2778." Today while trying to charge at an EA station, P&C was still not working, so I called. After liberal time to listen to hold music, a courteous helper came on the line. On the plus side, she was skilled at reading out rote responses, and proud to be able to recite them repeatedly, but unfortunately she was less adept at finding ones which actually responded to my questions. Here's the short version: Plug & Charge "is being worked on by the dealers". She can not tell whether my repeated efforts to activate it (thru the EA app, as invited by EA) were successful in signing me up for P&C with EA at their end. But she is pretty confident that it's the dealers who are at fault, for not having done what they need to do at their end. Bottom line: P&C does not work on my ID4. Perhaps this upgrade will fall into the dreaded delays known to affect VW software updates in general. As a side note, with several thousand miles on this ID4, I am extremely pleased with the vehicle. It's all I hoped for, and more, so long as I charge at home. But last week's 1,000 mile trip to Idaho forces me to acknowledge that the VW & EA combo is not ready for prime time. Too many EA stations fail; too many are too slow (even after ruling out all the vehicle-related issues). With all those uncertainties and delays, yesterday I had to fall back on our ICE to get the spouse to the Seattle airport (173 miles distant) on time. The ID4 would have needed two charging stops (cold weather, mountain passes) coupled with EA uncertainties (will it charge full speed, or take three to four times longer for no known reason?). That pair really shoots down the ID4 (despite full size battery) as reliable timely transportation. We'd have had to leave home an extra 4 hours earlier (than with the ICE) just to ensure she'd probably get on the flight. (Only "probably", since sometimes EA stations don't work at all, and sometimes they could be full.) Boy, did that make my choice of an EV look bad. Still, it's a wonderful car for local use on a home charger, and even for longer trips if you have absolutely no timeline commitments and are happy with sitting at EA stations for unpredictable times (maybe an hour, maybe two), several times a day. Presumably this will improve some if EA gets their act together; but I fear two other constraints (ID4 battery size and charge rates) are pretty much locked in for this car.