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PLUS: Damaged RFID stickers will be replaced free of charge

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19/1/2022 3:58:00 PM

PLUS: Damaged RFID stickers will be replaced free of charge

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 19 — Motorists on PLUS Malaysia Berhad (PLUS) highways who have damaged radio-frequency identification (RFID) stickers can now get them replaced for free. PLUS Strategic Stakeholder Engagement chief Syed Mohammed Idid Syed Ahmed Idid said additional staff has been assigned at...

channel for the latest updates.KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 19 — Motorists on PLUS Malaysia Berhad (PLUS) highways who have damaged radio-frequency identification (RFID) stickers can now get them replaced for free.PLUS Strategic Stakeholder Engagement chief Syed Mohammed Idid Syed Ahmed Idid said additional staff has been assigned at toll plazas to help those encountering problems with their RFID stickers.

“We have people on standby with hand-held devices, if their RFID can’t be detected, we will help purchase a coupon for them to go to the nearest Touch ‘n Go (TnG) fitment location to check their RFID. If at that time TnG still can’t detect, we will give a new RFID tag free of charge,” he told Bernama TV here today.

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Motherfucker can gaslight the nation just like that '... seen to be more cost effective as it was zero maintenance and safer....' More cost effective? The fucking sticker cost more than a simple TnG card. What fucking cost effective? What safer? Smartags exploding? Geez.

RFID: Plus needs to find solution to congestion at toll plazas, says FadillahDENGKIL: Works Minister Datuk Seri Fadillah Yusof has directed PLUS Malaysia Bhd (PLUS) to find a solution to the congestion issue reportedly happening at its toll plazas following the implementation of the Radio Frequency Identification technology system (RFID). Abolish RFID and bring back TnG thats all. Stop making things complicated. Moron Duh. Malaysia boleh kan Some top people ought to be chopped for not thinking at work

RFID: Plus needs to find solution to congestion at toll plazasThis system is supposed to ensure smooth flow of traffic. Closed all tolls .. . we will never ready for anything. even tol we cant find a right solution. how about major flicks. Even India have a better system than this when I was there in 2019!

PLUS jawab isu RFID | Harian MetroKuala Lumpur: PLUS Malaysia Berhad (PLUS) mencatatkan kadar migrasi yang menggalakkan sebanyak 10 peratus transaksi sistem teknologi Identifikasi Frekuensi Radio (RFID) selepas ia dilaksanakan pada 15 Januari 2022 di seluruh Lebuhraya Utara-Selatan pada hujung minggu lalu.

Faulty RFID tags will be replaced for free, says Plus | New Straits TimesKUALA LUMPUR: Highway customers who experience tag detection issues at the RFID lane need not worry as toll personnel will be on hand with handheld devices to scan their RFID tags, said Plus Malaysia Berhad (Plus). How to make sure it's not going to happen again? Idiot company always come out with idiot idea

Plus gandakan pasukan bantu pengguna RFID di plaza tol | The Malaysian InsightPengguna tidak perlu risau kerana kakitangan tol akan guna peranti mudah alih imbas tag RFID. RFID v. Smart Tag has turn out to be a controversy, as if our country hasn't had enough of it, sigh! What's next?

PLUS doubles up teams to assist RFID system users at toll plazas | The Malaysian InsightHighway concessionaire says it has improved the visibility of directional signages to boost familiarity of the dedicated lanes.

Telegram channel for the latest updates. KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 19 — Motorists on PLUS Malaysia Berhad (PLUS) highways who have damaged radio-frequency identification (RFID) stickers can now get them replaced for free. PLUS Strategic Stakeholder Engagement chief Syed Mohammed Idid Syed Ahmed Idid said additional staff has been assigned at toll plazas to help those encountering problems with their RFID stickers. “We have people on standby with hand-held devices, if their RFID can’t be detected, we will help purchase a coupon for them to go to the nearest Touch ‘n Go (TnG) fitment location to check their RFID. If at that time TnG still can’t detect, we will give a new RFID tag free of charge,” he told Bernama TV here today. Media outlets reported last Monday (January 17) that several toll plazas in the Klang Valley, including the Putra Mahkota and Sungai Besi toll plazas were jammed during peak hours due to the RFID failures during rainy conditions. Consequently, many users voiced their dissatisfaction and PLUS has taken immediate remedial measures by adding staff at toll plazas and increasing the visibility of direction signs for RFID lanes. Syed Mohammed Idid also assured motorists that they should not worry about the use of TnG cards and Smartags, as there were still being used in many toll plazas throughout the country. He said the RFID pioneer project was seen to be more cost effective as it was zero maintenance and safer, on top of payments being linked to e-wallets that could be paid via auto debit. On complaints that the price of RFID stickers was too high, he said the RM35 price tag was set by TnG. Toll transactions using RFID technology for private vehicles (Class One) have been implemented for the route between Juru, Penang and Skudai, Johor on the North-South Expressway since January 15, 2022. — Bernama You May Also Like