Sydney public transport commuters using their credit card or mobile device to ‘tap on and off’ Opal enabled train, light rail, Sydney Metro and ferry services are set to receive the same Opal travel benefits as they would using their adult Opal card.
A new update to the Samsung Pay app allows use with NSW Opal public transport terminals.
Australia’s debit network, eftpos, has announced it is "fast-tracking the enablement of eftpos Tap & Pay technology for use on buses, trains and ferries, following new consumer research that shows Australian commuters would prefer to pay for transport with eftpos debit".
We could do elections this way. Just add a few votes at whim for the desired result.
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Hi JJI'll ask and find out.Cheers,Alex