Header Ads

Motorists can now top-up Autosweep, EasyTrip RFID accounts via GCash app

OPPO
Huawei
Motorists can now load their Autosweep and EasyTrip RFID accounts using the GCash app.
Motorists can now top-up Autosweep, EasyTrip RFID accounts via GCash app

Load your Autosweep and EasyTrip RFID accounts via GCash

As the government pushes for contactless payment on toll roads to avoid the spread of the COVID-19, GCash is now allowing its users to load RFID accounts via its mobile app.

The load requires a minimum amount of PHP 200, GCash said.

Customers only need to go to that 'Pay Bills' portion of the app, select "Transportation", and choose either Autosweep or EasyTrip and input their account number as well as the amount they want to load.
GCash said motorists would need not worry about lining up to physical locations just to top up the load.
GCash said motorists would need not worry about lining up to physical locations just to top up the load.

GCash has been a staunch advocate of cashless transactions for the transport industry, for both the public and private sectors, and we strongly support the Department of Transportation’s initiative to shift towards a cashless payment system for our national roads. Cashless transactions provide an unbeatable convenience to customers, said Martha Sazon, president and chief executive officer of GCash.

Even before the pandemic, GCash has been equipping the local transportation system with a cashless system.

San Miguel Corporation's (SMC) Autosweep RFID covers Skyway, NAIAX, SLEX,MCX, STARTOLL, while Metro Pacific Tollways’ (MPTC) EasyTrip covers Cavitex, C5 Link, NLEX, SCTEX, and CALAX. Vehicles traveling on these roads are required to have RFID stickers starting January 11, 2021.

The Philippines now has an average mobile data speed reaching 26.77 Mbps and 6.29 Mbps upload speeds beating counties Russia, Peri, and more.
Powered by Blogger.
close
gizguide