In Chaco “Charging on board” came into effect to recharge the Sube electronically

In Chaco “Charging on board” came into effect to recharge the Sube electronically
In Chaco “Charging on board” came into effect to recharge the Sube electronically

In the neighboring province, “Load on Board” is available and since Monday, Chaco residents can load the Sube through homebanking and virtual wallets directly on the bus and it is not necessary to go to a terminal. The service can be used in Chaco-Corrientes transportation, according to reports.

The new function to load the Sube electronically was applied in several parts of the country and one of them is Chaco. Starting this Monday, users can load the fare card electronically and just by relying on the bus validators they are already accredited. In the city of Corrientes it is not yet available.

To date, more than 4,300 bus units on 900 municipal and provincial lines have been incorporated, benefiting approximately 2 million people who travel by public transportation in the aforementioned locations.

In addition, starting next month the traditional application of the Sube card will no longer be valid and the figure for the negative balance will go from $480 to $650.

How does Onboard Charging work?

Those who use this functionality in the city of Resistencia simply have to tell the driver that they have a pending charge and bring the card close to the bus validator, the same device in which the fare is paid, keeping it supported until the charge is credited and charged. trip. Then you can pay for the ticket in the usual way, bringing the card closer to the validator again.

It is important to mention that to apply the load it is essential that the validator have an internet connection, otherwise the accreditation cannot be carried out. However, this step can be executed at any time during the journey when the device has connectivity.

(VT)

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