Kuala Lumpur, 22nd January 2020 - Touch ‘n Go eWallet has expanded its presence to Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS) further enhancing the rakyat’s cashless experience within the transportation sector.

The strategic partnership was officiated by YB Tuan Anthony Loke Siew Fook, Minister of Transport, and it is set to offer Malaysians an alternative easy and secure payment option when they purchase bus tickets at TBS which is on its way to becoming the first-ever cashless bus terminal in the country.

As a leading eWallet in Malaysia, Touch ‘n Go eWallet is continuously looking to grow its touchpoints especially within the mobility segment. This partnership with Terminal Bersepadu Selatan is in line with Touch ‘n Go eWallet’s mission to digitise the transportation industry and further accelerate the government’s aspirations of transforming the nation into a cashless society.



TnG eWallet now accepted at TBS

Moving forward, Touch ‘n Go eWallet plans to expand its footprint to more bus terminals and bring its advanced technology in the digital payments landscape to Malaysians.

Following the implementation of the e-Tunai Rakyat, Malaysians can also use their RM30 to purchase bus tickets using the Touch 'n Go eWallet at the Terminal Bas Selatan that accommodates approximately 13,000 travellers every day.

At present, Touch 'n Go eWallet has over 125,000 merchant touchpoints catering to its 8 million users. The eWallet aims to grow its user base to 12 million by the end of 2020.

For more information, updates, plus terms and conditions, please visit https://www.tngdigital.com.my/etunairakyat or www.facebook.com/touchngoewallet. Touch ’n Go eWallet is available for download on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.

Cashless purchase of bus tickets now enabled.