BP’s fuel card has topped Canstar Blue’s customer satisfaction ratings, achieving five stars in nearly every category.
BP Plus fuel card was the only card to achieve a five-star overall rating, as voted by consumers, with Shell finishing on four stars, and 7-Eleven, Ampol, and Fleet Card all finishing with three.
Customers rate the fuel cards based on their petrol station facilities, number of petrol stations available, customer service, account management, fees and charges, fuel discounts, loyalty programs and overall satisfaction.
A BP spokesperson said the win reflects the company’s commitment to ensuring its customers remain at the forefront of everything it does.
“We are listening and addressing the evolving needs of our business customers and, our continued focus and investment over the recent years have proven valuable in delivering a best in class offering.”
The card costs between $2.20 and $4.95 per card per month and offers users on-going fuel savings on unleaded, premium and diesel fuels, as well as access to the BP Specialist Discount Network, 24/7 online monitoring and control, and the ability to earn Qantas Points on fuel and shop transactions.