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BMTA will soon launch a paperless version of passenger tickets in the form of plastic top-up cards similar to the electronic tickets used on the electric train systems

The Bangkok Mass Transit Authority (BMTA) will soon launch a paperless version of passenger tickets in the form of plastic top-up cards similar to the electronic tickets used on the electric train systems, to allow BMTA to save on printing costs. Passengers will be able to top - up their new reusable plastic tickets via electronic banking apps, PromptPay transfer and other e-wallet apps as well as airtime top-up machines. BMTA is now consulting with Krung Thai Bank to finalise the system which is expected to be completed within two months.

 

 

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