Ticketing in Dutch public transport will change in 2015

Friday 10 October 2014 | 11:11 CET | Author: Bart Garvelink | Background
The contactless cards used in Dutch public transport will change face over the next years. The PT companies and card service provider TLS will use a new back office to roll out new services. Users can pay at the end of the month and use a bank card to check in, somewhere in 2015.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Consumentenbond / Visa
Countries: Netherlands
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