Earlier this week, we reported that now you can use MyDebit playing cards to pay for KTM Komuter rides within the Klang Valley and Utara line. Debit playing cards are accepted on the automated gates, on the ticket counters in addition to the ticket kiosks.
For now, solely Malaysian-issued MyDebit playing cards are accepted, and also you’ll first should activate the PayWave perform. KTM now says that it’s at the moment engaged on increasing debit card acceptance to incorporate playing cards issued by overseas banks.
Additionally, bank card cost is on the best way and will probably be built-in by the tip of this month. “By the tip of November 2023, KTMB will settle for all bank card utilization at KTM stations. This initiative goals to supply flexibility and selection,” it mentioned in an announcement.
That’s not all, as a result of “Apple Pay and Samsung Pay are set to launch early subsequent 12 months in any respect KTM stations,” the rail operator added. At current, KTM’s automated gates settle for MyDebit playing cards, Contact n Go playing cards in addition to the in-house Komlink card, which homes concession card holders with 50% reductions.
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