My30 records over 10,000 users in debut


Roomy ride: LRT commuters maintain social distancing while enjoying a discounted train ride in Kuala Lumpur. — AZMAN GHANI/ The Star

KUALA LUMPUR: Prasarana Malaysia Bhd’s My30 unlimited travel pass has recorded more than 10,000 subscriptions on its first day.

Rapid Rail Sdn Bhd chief executive officer Abdul Hadi Amran said the figure was achieved at noon yesterday. And apart from the encouraging response, most users also provided positive feedback.

“The My30 package temporarily replaces the My50 and My100 unlimited travel passes from June 15 to Dec 31. My30 is for Malaysians only, who subscribe using the MyKad or MyTentera with the Touch ‘n Go function, ” Abdul Hadi said on Bernama TV’s Malaysia Petang Ini programme.

My30 offers unlimited travel for 30 days from the date of activation for MRT, LRT, KL Monorail, and Rapid KL stage buses in Klang Valley, including the Sunway BRT and MRT feeder buses.

Abdul Hadi said first-time users need to register and activate their pass at the counter before using it.

“The My30 pass will be activated the moment it touches the gate at any station. Its renewal can be done seven days before or after its expiry.

“It will not affect the existing Touch ‘n Go (balance) in your identity card because the code is different. Counters at the stations can tell whether your MyKad has the Touch ‘n Go function or not, ” he said.

Abdul Hadi said Prasarana would review My30 after Dec 31 to see whether to continue offering it.

“Those who subscribe for the pass on Dec 31 can use the pass for another 30 days or until the end of January 2021, ” he said. — Bernama

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