No probs Lee
Your Q3 has 3GMMI+, so the SIM in radio head unit between the SD card readers provides a data connection for Google real time traffic information which is (worth having), news and weather reports are there too - you can also receive destinations sent from the MyAudi app either on your phone or from a PC though as Ju has indicated above that has been a bit flaky at times. The Connect licence for the 8U didn't, certainly when I have my two RS', have a cost attached, your local dealer could renew the licence on the Audi system for you. It is worth having for the Connect Traffic data alone. Google aggregate all the anonymised Android mobile phone movements (circa 80% mobile phone market share) to calculate traffic speeds on every road and supplement that with traffic incident data from other sources - so if you are on a journey and Sat Nav decides to say have you exit at the next motorway junction DO NOT ignore it, you'll find it to be uncannily accurate,
The next generation of MMI after yours has a data SIM imbedded (not user accessible) in the car systems to the effect that car is 'always on' and receives SatNav map updates automatically along with a whole bunch of other bits of data - local fuel stations and prices for example. The initial period for the licence on the later cars is from the 1st three years after registration, thereafter there is a cost. Audi are planning (bits of functionality are there already - but no payment platform yet) to enable customers to purchase addition services and new features for the car direct from the MyAudi app.
And also every subsequent owner....Nice little earner by the sounds of it!so Audi could offer the ability to activate options already fitted to the car but not enabled - would simplify manufacturing an example Audi used was Matrix Headlights - for a fee Audi could remotely enable the feature.