You can now top-up your oBike wallets with your ez-link card by scanning it with your NFC-enabled Android smartphone.

All you need to do is to log onto your oBike app, select the EZ-Link payment mode and tap to pay.

According to oBike, this new payment option serves to provide greater convenience for their users as they travel around on their bicycles.

Mr Edward Chen, Co-founder and Chief Marketing Officer of oBike, said: “As a homegrown and leading bike-sharing operator in Singapore, oBike is thrilled to partner EZ-Link in supporting all Singaporeans on their journeys; whether it is on their first or last mile commute, or simply having a family day out. With the added convenience of being able to top up their oBike wallets via EZ-Link, we hope to empower all users across ages and lifestyle needs, to travel seamlessly whenever they hop on an oBike.”

Earlier this year, EZ-Link Pte Ltd partnered exclusively with Samsung Electronics Singapore to launch a series of EZ-Charms called EZ-Wearable, for the Samsung Gear series products.

This new partnership between oBike and EZ-Link Pte Ltd can be seen as EZ-Link’s commitment to further expand the availability of their mobile payment services to more avenues.

“EZ-Link is excited to embark on this new journey with oBike to enable more commuters to enjoy oBike rides with their ez-link cards. Beyond public transit and retail, we are always looking for opportunities to enhance the benefit of the ez-link card and expand the usage to new lifestyle categories. It is our way of contributing to Singapore’s smart nation goal by using technologies to bring about better, more enjoyable living. This is a momentous start for EZ-Link as we continue to bring many other mobile payment options to our customers in the near future,” said Mr Nicholas Lee, Chief Executive Officer, EZ-Link Pte Ltd.

Mark Ko

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