And Tesla PR has back pedaled on that since then, and updated their website to say it will be Supercharger capable. Scroll down a bit for pix of the site before and after. NewsElon said it was included in the price of the car so you won't pay anything for it after you buy the car.
I don't expect to ever need to recharge away from home, so I voted "Nothing".
If/when large numbers of Model 3's are on the road, the network will have to be greatly enlarged. Waiting in line to get a spot will be very off-putting...
I'd love a pay per minute or $25/use model or something.
I think Tesla should give options that cover everyone. First I'll define long-distance supercharging as all superchargers that are more than 100 miles from your home. Here are the options I would give.
$2500 - Unlimited use of long-distance supercharging for the life of the vehicle (transferable to new owners). This would also include the use of local superchargers (< 100 miles from your home) a max of 4 times a month.
What if someone makes a lot of long distance trips and they can't make it home from the Supercharger that is more than 100 miles away from their house home in a single charge? (And even if they could they would probably have to range charge, 100%, at the last one which takes way longer and would tie that Supercharger up more than letting them use it and the one within 100 miles of their house.
It just isn't practical.