Shell Malaysia announced that it is waiving the RM0.50 Touch ‘n Go (TnG) fee at all of its stations along PLUS expressway (NKVE and ELITE) and East Coast Expressway (ECE). The company previously launched this initiative back in January, where it also forgo the top-up fees at stations along the North-South Expressway (NSE).
Managing director of Shell Malaysia Trading Shairan Huzani Husain states that the company understands the challenge against the rising cost of living in Malaysia. Shell is hoping that this initiative will help Malaysians to save and get more out of their journeys, he adds.
The company also recently signed a memorandum-of-understanding (MOU) with TnG to support fuel payment for the former’s RFID users. Once rolled out, fuelling bays at Shell stations will have overhead RFID scanners that will subsequently deduct the fuel amount from the user’s TnG eWallet.
The RM0.50 top-up waiver at Shell stations is effective immediately. Alternatively, users could also use Waze to navigate to surcharge-free TnG top-up locations all across Malaysia.
(Source: The Edge Markets.)