The usability of Touch ‘n Go cards for toll payments in Malaysia has ignited a lively discussion among netizens. Concerns about the challenges of topping up card balances, card availability, and a lack of top-up stations along highways have taken center stage.
Netizens prefer Debit/Credit cards for tolls
Interestingly, some toll booths began accepting debit/credit card payments in August, with Apple Pay proving effective. Surprisingly, drivers find these card transactions more exciting than the idea of tolls becoming toll-free. While some prefer card payments to toll removal, seeing debit cards as key to tolls’ continued existence, others support tolls but suggest price reductions.
However, some oppose card payments, fearing longer queues at regular Touch ‘n Go lanes, advocating widespread smart tag adoption for smoother traffic flow. The conversation about Malaysian tolls continues to evolve on social media.
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