Touch ‘n Go eWallet now with auto-reload feature

Never be caught with zero balance in your eWallet
TnG Auto Reload

Since refreshing its mobile app in August this year, TNG Digital has been moving at a rapid pace in improving both the user experience and functionality of the app. Just a couple of days ago, it enabled deeper integration with Touch ‘n Go (TnG) cards, a feature on the “most wanted list” for a long time.

Now, it has added another welcomed feature – auto-reload. A long-available feature on physical TnG cards, TnG has finally introduced the feature in its eWallet.

Unlike auto-reloading on physical cards though, reloading the eWallet does not incur a surcharge.

To enable the auto-reload function, head over to the “Reload eWallet” section in the TnG app and tap on auto-reload. You can set a threshold for your eWallet balance, anywhere from MYR20 to MYR100.

You then choose a reload amount, from MYR20 to MYR250.

At the moment, it only works with credit cards. Let’s hope TnG adds debit and prepaid cash cards in the future.

Otherwise, normal reloads support both credit and debit cards, online banking and via TnG reload machines (using reload PIN).

The TNG app can also be used to make payment for prepaid reloads, postpaid and utility bills, and also to buy tickets to movies and flights. As you know, the eWallet is also used for RFID toll payment.

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The TnG app  is available for download for Android and iOS.

Photos by Alex Wong | SoyaCincau

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