Easytrip Introduces New and Improved RFID Stickers
September 3, 2022
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Easytrip has a new RFID sticker with higher readability than its predecessors. Replacement is free, just go to the nearest Easytrip RFID station.
This is part of the intensive RFID sticker and card replacement program for damaged, defective, or unreadable RFID stickers.
In addition, to reduce the need to stop at toll lane and tap their cards or pay in cash, sticker replacements for motorists with unreadable RFID stickers and positive account balance are available at NLEX Balintawak, Balagtas, Bocaue, Tabang, San Fernando, Tarlac, and Tipo toll lanes also at CAVITEX Paranaque and Kawi toll lanes while customers with negative account balance are to be directed to the nearest Easytrip RFID station.
“At Easytrip, we are continuously innovating—creating and enhancing programs for better customer experience,” said Jack L. Coson, President and General Manager, Easytrip. “Each initiative contributes to the big picture of meeting the evolving needs of our customers. Adapting to the shift in the motorists’ toll collection preference, we see through our commitment to deliver efficient, effective, and modern mobility solutions, one program at a time.”