Drive for rewards on PLUS highways


PLUS’ Jom Hari-Hari RFID campaign rewards Touch ’n Go RFID users till June 2.

Touch ’n Go RFID transactions allow highway users to enjoy a seamless, contactless and cashless ride through the toll plazas. Each PLUS toll plaza has at least one Touch ’n Go RFID lane, among the Touch ’n Go card and SmartTAG payment lanes.Touch ’n Go RFID transactions allow highway users to enjoy a seamless, contactless and cashless ride through the toll plazas. Each PLUS toll plaza has at least one Touch ’n Go RFID lane, among the Touch ’n Go card and SmartTAG payment lanes.

HAVING launched the Touch ’n Go RFID as an additional choice for toll payments to make travelling more convenient and seamless, PLUS is having its Jom Hari-Hari RFID campaign from now till June 2 to celebrate the Aidilfitri season with PLUS highway users.

Under this campaign, 70 weekly winners will receive 10,000 PLUSMiles points, which can be redeemed for a variety of shopping vouchers such as Shopee, Aeon, Mydin, Giant and many more as well as a RM30 Touch ’n Go eWallet reload pin.

Each day, 10 motorists will be selected as winners based on their frequency of using the North-South Expressway and the Touch ’n Go RFID as their mode of payment.

“Through this campaign, we are showing our appreciation to customers who choose the Touch ’n Go RFID payment mode and we hope it will also encourage more people to try it out,” said PLUS chief commercial officer Christine Liew.

“The country has entered the transition period towards the endemic phase. With the opening of borders by the prime minister since April 1, PLUS expected a surge in traffic.

“Touch ’n Go RFID users can enjoy a smooth, ‘easy, safe and comfortable’ journey as each PLUS toll plaza is equipped with at least one Touch ’n Go RFID lane.

“Touch ’n Go card and SmartTAG payment lanes are still available at every toll plaza for customers who have not yet tried the Touch ’n Go RFID mode.”

Touch ’n Go RFID transactions allow highway customers to enjoy a seamless, contactless and cashless ride, in line with the rise of contactless payment via e-wallets in today’s digital lifestyle.

“I use Touch ’n Go RFID daily to work and I was surprised to find out that I have been chosen as one of the winners.

“Touch ’n Go RFID really saved me the hassle of reloading my Touch ’n Go card,” said Ong Chen Sing, a Jom Hari-Hari RFID winner.

“Now, I just breeze through toll booths as long as my ewallet balance is sufficient.

“Thank you PLUS for organising this campaign,” he said.

RFID usage does not require any battery-operated device.RFID usage does not require any battery-operated device.

Also, Touch ’n Go RFID usage does not require any battery-operated device. Touch ’n Go RFID users need not worry about the battery running out and being unable to use it. It also saves on the cost of having to buy batteries.

PLUS implemented the Touch ’n Go RFID toll payment pilot project at intra-city highways beginning August 2017.

From Jan 15 this year to date, an extended Touch ’n Go RFID public pilot was rolled out covering a stretch of 650km on the North-South Expressway from Juru to Skudai.

This is in line with the digitalisation of the highway industry, which kicked off back in 2017 with the introduction of Touch ’n Go cards.

The following year a contactless toll transaction – SmartTAG, an on-board unit (OBU) – was introduced to complement the Touch ’n Go card.

Fast forward to today, highway customers now have a third payment choice in the form of Touch ’n Go RFID.

With the advancements in technology, highway customers can have a more seamless experience, especially now that we are finally able to travel across the nation.

Be it for festive reunions or just to explore local gems on a Cuti-Cuti Malaysia getaway, PLUS is playing its part to facilitate travel on its highways by making it as convenient and hassle-free as possible utilising technology.

So plan for your travels and be rewarded when you choose to pay toll using Touch ’n Go RFID with PLUS’ Hari-Hari RFID campaign.

Find out more about Touch ’n Go RFID on PLUS highways and the Jom Hari-Hari RFID campaign here

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