COMMUTERS flocked into the Labasa Vodafone outlet yesterday as Vodafone's e-ticket made its official move to the north.
And many communters were anxious to get their hands on the e-ticketing cards before the price of one increases after March.
Among those that flocked to the outlet was Labasa SKM student Razeel Khan who was at the office to register his e-ticketing card.
He said the card system was easy and economical to use.
"It is just like topping-up our phones and the fact that this is available through the Vodafone M-Paisa payments, I find it easy in that family members can just top up my card online," he said.
Another student Riteshni Bala said e-ticketing was a good and easy to use.
On the other hand Satulaki villager, Setareki Mateisuva said it was a concern as most villagers were not aware of e-ticketing.
"Most villagers do not know how this new system works and we wonder how they will cope with it when the e-ticketing comes into effect after March," he said.
Vodafone head of corporate affairs Shailendra Prasad yesterday confirmed they started the registration for the Northern Division.
"Those who wish to register and collect a card can do so at Vodafone Labasa and Valuefone outlet in Savusavu," Mr Prasad said.
"We will also be conducting registration roadshows at various locations to make it easier for the public."