Starting 1 January 2020, you will be able to pay for open-toll PLUS highways using the Radio Frequency Identification System (RFID)
The new move will allow customers to link their RFID tags to any of their bank accounts, debit cards, or credit cards instead of just their Touch 'n Go (TnG) e-wallet
It will be an alternative payment method to the TnG card.
Open-toll system highway plazas charge for travelling on a specific section of the highway, while closed-toll system plazas calculate based on the exit points.
According to the statement, RFID services will be available for all 83 PLUS closed system toll plazas by April 2020.
The announcement comes following the recent removal of PLUS TnG reload services at its tolls
If you haven't signed up for the RFID tag, you can do so by heading to the nearest TnG RFID walk-in booth to register