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Touch n’ Go Will Finally Not Have Parking Surcharges By End of 2021

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Source: The Star & Motorist.sg

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Touch ‘n Go Group CEO, Effendy Sharul Hamid has confirmed two major changes coming this year in an interview with The Star. As Malaysians, we dream of finally being able to reload our Touch ‘n Go card directly from the e-wallet without having to experience multiple layers of procedures and restrictions. Well, based on the interview, Malaysians will soon be able to reload their card directly!

Currently, the physical TnG card can be linked to the E-wallet via the PayDirect function where toll payments will be charged directly from the E-wallet when you touch your card at the terminal. This will no longer be the case by end of 2021, based on the announcement made by Effendy.

Another big change that is coming by the end of the first quarter of this year is that there will no longer be any parking surcharge when you use your Touch ‘n Go card to pay for parking. Effendy Sharul explained,

“I’m very happy to say that by the end of the first quarter, we’ll take away all parking surcharges. It requires innovation and some sacrifice on our side, but I think it’s the right thing to do. Basically, we’ve been able to convince our parking operator partners to ensure the surcharge is removed by the end of the first quarter.”

Although the pandemic is hindering our movement at the moment, hopefully Malaysians can finally enjoy these two major changes that we have been longing for.

 

Also read: Korean Scientists Invent ‘Invisible Solar Panels’ That Can Be Integrated Into Smartphones!

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