Here’s a nice little public service announcement for you folks who rely on any of Metro Pacific Tollways Corporation’s (MPTC) toll-roads on your daily commute. The company has recently announced that there are now more than 50,000 reloading stations for EasyTrip RFID. These reloading stations are located in easily accessible areas within Metro Manila and nearby provinces. On top of that, a variety of other online options are available when it comes to reloading your RFID tag.
MPTC has partnered up with multiple establishments in order to bring its patrons the most convenient and hassle-free experience possible. MPTC South president and general manager Roberto Bontia stated, “reloading is made convenient with all these accessible establishments all over Metro Manila and Luzon.” The company urges all toll-road users to maintain their account balances in order to enjoy seamless access to the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX), Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEX), Cavite-Laguna Expressway (CALAX), and all other highways which are part of its expansive network of roads.
Several reloading stations have been set up in accessible locations such as Robinsons and SM Business Service Centers. Convenience stores, pawn shops, and courier services such as 7-Eleven, M Lhuillier, Cebuana, Villarica, and LBC branches now also cater to EasyTrip RFID reloading. Of course, given the current situation, EasyTrip RFID users can also choose to avail of any of the various online reloading methods currently available. GCash, PayMaya, and online bank transfers continue to be made available.
In order to keep track of your account balances, especially if you have more than one vehicle under the EasyTrip RFID system, MPTC encourages you to download the EasyTrip mobile application, available on the AppStore and Google Play Store. The application displays your vehicle information, as well as your current account balances in real-time. Your transaction record is also available for viewing within the application’s interface.