From now on it will be even more convenient to get TNG RFID fitted to your vehicle. Touch ‘n Go is now offering TNG RFID Self-Fitment Kit on e-commerce sites Lazada and Shopee for MYR35, starting 16 May 2020.
Starting 1 April 2020, all 83 of PLUS Malaysia’s closed system highway toll plazas will accept RFID payment. RFID support will also include the LPT2 highway along the East Coast. This is not an April Fool’s joke.
“Touch ‘n Go, boleh?” I asked the cashier. “Boleh,” she replied as she pointed the payment terminal towards my phone screen that was plastered with a QR code. A beep confirmed the transaction and my purchase. This has become a norm for me—firing up an e-wallet app, in this case, the Touch ‘n Go eWallet […]
In the near future, you’ll be able to drive to a Shell petrol station and refuel by using the TNG RFID tag installed on your car. Shell Malaysia, announced that it intends to sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Touch ‘n Go to bring RFID refuelling to Malaysian consumers. Additionally, select Shell stations will […]
Following the success of its 18-month RFID public pilot programme that saw one million Malaysians testing out the new contactless payment system, Touch ‘n Go (TNG) revealed that it plans to expand the use of RFID technology in the country.
Touch ‘n Go (TNG) today invites Malaysians to be future ready with RFID technology. Following the success of its 18-month pilot programme that saw one million Malaysians coming on board the RFID journey, the company announced that the TNG RFID tag will be made available for purchase at a retail price of MYR35 per tag […]
In a press statement earlier today, the Ministry of Works announced that RFID payment has been implemented and will be operational at all 62 open toll systems for Class 1 vehicles starting 1 January 2020. The RFID system, developed by Touch ‘n Go, will complement existing Touch ‘n Go and SmartTAG payment options available.
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Following the pilot roll-out in Penang a week ago and the second phase of testing in the Klang Valley, Touch ‘n Go (“TNG”) has started registration for RFID pilot testers in Johor.
After rolling out the second phase of its RFID pilot programme in the Klang Valley last month, Touch ‘n Go (“TnG”) is opening registration for pilot test users in Penang. This is the first location outside of the Klang Valley for TnG’s pilot test programme.