Published on January 25th, 2023 | by Subhash Nair0
Majority Of PLUS R&R Stalls Go Cashless Starting CNY 2023
Almsot all PLUS R&R stalls will now accept cashless transactions.
As we welcome the of the rabbit, PLUS Malaysia Berhad (PLUS) has announced that the majority of stalls at its Rest and Service Areas (R&Rs) are now accepting cashless payments for added convenience and rewards for customers.
With over 300 stalls now accepting cashless payments, including Debit cards, Credit cards, GrabPay, Touch ‘n Go e-Wallet, Boost, MAE, Setel, ShopeePay and May Wallet, PLUS is in line with the Government’s push for the public to embrace and use cashless payment methods.
According to PLUS Chief Commercial Officer, Christine Liew, “For the past year, GrabPay, Touch ‘n Go Wallet, Boost, and ShopeePay have been among the first payment partners to offer cashback rewards for our customers at R&Rs.”
“To encourage more highways customers in adopting cashless payment at PLUS R&Rs, MyDebit has launched a “Wave & Menang” contest from 1st December 2022 until 28th February 2023 where our customers will stand a chance to win prizes totaling RM70,000* by spending a minimum of RM5 with their Debit Cards,” explains Christine.
Additionally, Setel is also offering cashback rewards to customers who spend a minimum of RM5 and earn RM2 cashback from January 16, 2023, until February 28, 2023. Setel is also giving away RM5 cashback to customers who reload a minimum of RM50 into their Setel account.
PLUS is committed to providing a rewarding cashless experience for all highway customers and will continue to roll out more promotions and activities in 2023 with other payment partners such as MAE, Visa, and Mastercard.
So, next time you’re on the highway, remember to take advantage of the cashless payment options at PLUS R&Rs for a more convenient and rewarding experience.
Cashless payments are also easier to track as transactions are recorded digitally and can be recalled at one’s convenience. Physical receipts for cash payments are easily destroyed, misplaced. Plus, they’re difficult to organise and there’s also a chance that the cashier forgets to issue one. Cash is also a lot easier to steal, which adds a layer of security when traveling. This is especially true for those traveling on the bus, where large amounts of cash can be stolen and impossible to recover.