Computer glitch hits 900 Shell petrol stations nationwide

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  • Tuesday, 17 Jan 2017

PETALING JAYA: A computer glitch at Shell Malaysia’s centra­lised monitoring system has crippled the operations of 900 of its petrol stations nationwide, as motorists were unable to fill up their tanks using credit card transactions.

The Star Online reported that the snag resulted in the petrol pumps, which are linked to the system, having to stop dispensing fuel at around 1am yesterday.

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