You Can Now Pay For Petrol at Shell using RFID

Touch ‘n Go Group and Shell Malaysia officially launched a new cashless payment option at 88 stations nationwide.

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If you’re an RFID user, you can now just drive into any of the 88 Shell stations nationwide and fuel your vehicle without the need to go to the counter or tap your card at the pump.

Although the feature was recently launched by Touch ‘n Go Group and Shell Malaysia, over 10,000 users have already used the service during its testing period.  

To use Touch ‘n Go RFID at Shell petrol stations, you will need a Touch ‘n Go RFID tag linked to a Touch ‘n Go eWallet account.

You will also have to go through a one-time registration and activation through Touch ‘n Go eWallet.

Here you will have to set a pre-set amount. This is the maximum amount of fuel you can pump at one time and how much money from your eWallet will be deducted before you begin fueling.

Once activated you can fuel your vehicle by parking it at an RFID designated. But, make sure your car is facing towards the RFID scanner. 

The pre-set amount will be auto-debited from your Touch n’ Go eWalletsAny unutilised amount will be immediately refunded So make sure you have loaded enough money into the account for tolls and fuel in the first place.

To celebrate the launch, from now to 16 September, Shell and Touch ‘n Go will give RM10 cash back to the first 25,000 first-time customers who pump a minimum of RM50 on their first Touch ‘n Go RFID transaction at Shell.

Currently, only 88 Shell stations nationwide are fitted with the RFID feature. This number is expected to increase to 200 by the end of the year.

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