Vodafone Fiji introduces self-service e-Transport top-up machines

Attorney General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum during the launch of the E-ticketing self-service top-up machine at the Suva bus terminal. Picture: ATU RASEA

AS the e-ticketing system provider, Vodafone’s focus has been to continue to improve the system, says Vodafone Fiji CEO Pradeep Lal.

He made the comment today as the team introduced for the first time in Fiji a self-service E-Transport top-up machine.

Mr Lal said bus commuters around the country would now be able to use $1 and Fijian currency notes between $5 and $100 to top-up their e-transport cards using the machine.

He said this service would be made available 24-hours a day and seven days a week.

The self-service transport top-up machines have also been installed at the Suva, Nausori and Nadi bus stations.

Mr Lal said more self-service E-Transport top-up machines would be installed in other areas.

More on this story in tomorrow’s edition of The Fiji Times.

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