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FlashPay Card Phases Out, Change for New NETS Pay as you go Card Begins 19 Jan


FlashPay Card Phases Out, Exchange for New NETS Prepaid Card Starts 19 Jan



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January 9, 2024

The Community for Digital Transfers (NETS) has launched a card alternate programme for holders of the NETS FlashPay Card in response to the Land Transport Authority’s (LTA) choice to section out the prevailing card-based ticketing system for grownup commuters.

Beginning 19 January 2024, and persevering with till 18 July 2024, customers can alternate their FlashPay playing cards for a brand new NETS Pay as you go Card at any of the 44 SimplyGo ticket places of work throughout Singapore.

The NETS FlashPay Card, primarily used as a saved worth card, will not be supported for topping up at ticketing machines from 1 June 2024.

Nevertheless, the cardboard will stay legitimate for in-store purchases and for motorists utilizing the second era in-vehicle unit (IU) or the brand new on-board unit (OBU) for parking and Digital Street Pricing (ERP) funds.

The brand new NETS Pay as you go Card provides enhanced options, permitting customers to hyperlink the cardboard to the NETS app and the SimplyGo app for added comfort.

These apps allow options similar to top-ups on the go, viewing transaction historical past, setting spending limits, and managing household bills, making the cardboard versatile for varied relations, together with home helpers and the aged.

The general public can determine a NETS FlashPay Card by the NETS FlashPay brand positioned on the underside proper nook of the cardboard face or on the again of the cardboard.

For these looking for a refund on the remaining worth of their FlashPay Card, choices can be found at SimplyGo Ticket Places of work, native financial institution ATMs, or the NETS Buyer Service Centre inside a yr from the cardboard’s expiry date.

Right here’s a step-by-step information on how one can use NETS Pay as you go Card features on the app.

Lawrence Chan, Group CEO at NETS

Lawrence Chan

Lawrence Chan, Group CEO of NETS mentioned,

“We’ve partnered with TransitLink to supply handy places for NETS FlashPay cardholders who want to alternate their playing cards for a free NETS Pay as you go Card, an account-based card.

 

Alternatively, they’ll swap to the NETS contactless ATM card for his or her transit wants. Cardholders who use NETS FlashPay Card at retail acceptance factors or for his or her motoring wants can nonetheless proceed to make use of the cardboard.”



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