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You can now disable PayDirect on your Touch ‘n Go ewallet

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Touch ‘n Go (TNG) has Announced that users can now disable the PayDirect feature for their eWallet.

Users can do this by launching the Touch ‘n Go eWallet app, selecting the linked TNG card, and then looking for the three dotted lines in the upper right corner.

Click it to open a menu that will display Edit Name, PayDirect, and Remove Card. Tap the PayDirect tab and select the option to Disable.

TNG explains that enabling PayDirect allows toll and parking payments to be automated and therefore easily deducted from users’ e-wallet balance.

When PayDirect is disabled, fees will be deducted directly from the linked TNG card. Disabling PayDirect can be useful for those who want to fully use the existing balance on their TNG card.

TNG advised users to wait 15 minutes after enabling or disabling the PayDirect feature before using the TNG card at tolls.

PayDirect was first introduced in 2019, where users can link their TNG card to the eWallet app and use the money loaded in the app for toll payments. It was intended to help reduce the hassle of topping up the balance on the TNG card at physical contact points.

However, since not all toll systems support the PayDirect feature, users still needed to make sure they had enough balance on their card to make the payment.

TNG in her website It said its PayDirect partners include the Damansara-Puchong Expressway, the New Pantai Expressway and the Sprint Expressway. He added that PayDirect is available for “all open system tolls in Klang Valley, Penang and Johor.”

according to their Frequently asked questionsMore than 70 car parks have also been equipped with the PayDirect function.

the company too Announced that users can get limited edition upgraded TNG cards featuring United Voices artist painting designs.

Available now through October 5, the cards can only be purchased from a display at the Nu Sentral Mall in KL for RM25 each.


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Covid-19 Watch: 2,898 new cases, nationwide ICU bed usage at 66.7pc

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PETALING JAYA: Malaysia recorded 2,898 new Covid-19 cases on Saturday (Nov 26), bringing the total number of cases in the country to 4,984,272 infections since the pandemic began.

The KKMNow portal of the Ministry of Health reported that 2,896 of the new Covid-19 cases on Saturday were local transmissions, while two imported infections were registered.

There were 2,789 recoveries on Saturday. This brings the cumulative number of recoveries in Malaysia to 4,920,616 since the pandemic began.

The portal also reported that there were 27,008 currently active cases in the country, with 24,924, or 92.3%, in home quarantine and 14 people, or 0.1%, admitted to low-risk quarantine and treatment centers.

The KKMNow portal reported that 2,070 patients, or 7.66% of the total, were currently admitted to the hospital for treatment. The number of patients with Covid-19 admitted to intensive care units (ICU) throughout the country is 97, of which 57 require respiratory assistance.

The national ICU utilization rate was 66.7%, with ten states or localities reporting ICU utilization rates greater than 60%.

Kedah had the highest ICU utilization rate at 80.8%, followed by Kelantan (80.3%), Selangor (79.6%), Melaka (76.8%), Perak (73.7%) ), Johor (72.3%), Penang (67.5%), Kuala Lumpur (65.2%) and Sabah (62.9%).

Meanwhile, the Health Ministry’s GitHub data repository reported that four deaths from covid-19 were reported on Saturday.

This brings the death toll to 36,648.


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Anwar to meet govt depts, agencies to focus on cost of living issues on Nov 27

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KUALA LUMPUR: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim will hold a meeting with government departments and agencies in Putrajaya on Sunday (November 27) that will focus on cost of living issues affecting people.

“Tonight, we held a prayer session with parishioners and friends in Sungai Long.

“Tomorrow morning at 11am there will be a meeting with government departments and agencies in Putrajaya that will focus on the cost of living issues that are burdening the people,” he said in a post on his Facebook and Twitter accounts on Saturday. (November 26).

Anwar is scheduled to attend the 2022 National Cost of Living Action Council special meeting at 11am on Sunday in Perdana Putra, Putrajaya. – Bernama


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Football: Malaysia Cup 2022: JDT take trophy after downing Red Giants 2-1

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PETALING JAYA: Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) has become the 2022 Malaysia Cup champion after beating Selangor 2-1 in the final held at Bukit Jalil National Stadium on Saturday (November 26).

JDT and the Red Giants were tied 1–1 at halftime before JDT’s Fernando Forestieri scored the game-winner in the 59th minute.

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