“Reloading is made convenient with all these accessible establishments all over Metro Manila and Luzon,” said MPT South president and general manager Roberto Bontia. “We have partnered with them to make reloading stations easy to find and encourage all expressway users to keep their accounts updated to ensure ease of passage through our toll plazas.”
These stations include the likes of Robinsons and SM Business Service Centers, as well as various 7-11, M Lhuillier, Cebuana, Villarica, and LBC branches. Easytrip RFID users may also reload through TouchPay and ECPay kiosks or via online platforms like GCash and PayMaya. Also, reloading through online banking services is also possible, just take note that your payments will not be posted real-time.
“We are aware that motorists have different behaviors when transacting, some prefer going to physical stores or their banks while others prefer doing it online.” added Bontia. “With this in mind, we make sure that we cater to everyone’s level of comfort in keeping their account up to date.”
For a detailed view of all Easytrip reloading merchants and supported banks, you can check out this link.
Now, as for those of you who still haven’t gotten hold of your Easytrip RFIDs yet, you can refer to the image below for more information on installation sites in Luzon. Some accommodate walk-ins, while others on an appointment-only basis. Also, there are still 24/7 installation sites up, in case you still can’t find the time during the day to get an RFID.
Easytrip RFID Installation Sites
Easytrip RFIDs are used on all tollways operated by MPTC. These are namely: the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX), Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEX), Manila-Cavite Expressway (Cavitex), and Cavite-Laguna Expressway (CALAX).