Singapore's Nets adds 1000 FlashPay top-up stations

Source: Nets

Singapore‟s leading electronic payments provider, NETS, today announced that it has added more than 1,000 touch points for NETS FlashPay (NFP) card by extending the top up service across all MRT stations, bus interchanges and bank ATMs.

NETS Chief Executive Officer, Ms Poh Mui Hoon, said, "The addition of over 1,000 NETS FlashPay top up points, particularly at the bank ATMs, is a significant step in our plan to expand our network of card sales and top up stations, and making NETS FlashPay the card of choice for small-value transactions. With these new top up points, NETS FlashPay now has the most electronic top up points of any card, and is the only CEPAS card that can be topped up at all local bank ATMs, offering customers greater convenience and choice."
Consumers are also able to top up their NFP cards at all TransitLink Ticket Offices, TransitLink Add Value Machines, SMRT Passenger Service Centres (excluding Circle Line), 7-Eleven, Cheers and SPH Buzz stores, iNETS kiosks as well as all DBS, OCBC and UOB ATMs.
"The expansion of our top up infrastructure network makes it especially convenient for commuters as they have a whole host of top up options and are not restricted to transit hubs, which are often crowded," added Ms Poh. Commuters rewarded with S$100,000 worth of 'free rides'
And there are other benefits too for NETS FlashPay cardholders. From now until 31 July 2010, customers stand to win over S$100,000 worth of free rides as part of the NETS „Win Free Rides‟ campaign when they use their NETS FlashPay Card on the MRT/LRT, public buses, at all 7,000 NETS FlashPay retail acceptance points islandwide and when they top up their cards.
Said Ms Poh, "It‟s our way of thanking our NETS FlashPay cardholders who have been very supportive of the card since its launch. These cardholders recognise that by offering them convenient payments on the MRT, LRT, public buses and their favourite retail outlets, NETS FlashPay does indeed make life great."

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