Ride-hailing company PassApp and Wing, a money transfer firm, yesterday signed an agreement that will make paying for tuk tuk rides in Phnom Penh easier.
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Under the new agreement, nearly 3,000 PassApp vehicles will be equipped with a QR code-based payment system called ‘Wing Ket Luy’ that enables cashless transactions.
Wing’s CEO Jojo Malolos said the new system will enhance passengers’ safety.
“Our products and services aim to provide solutions to the problems our customers face. The payment method ‘Wing Ket Luy’ on PassApp tuk tuks will facilitate payments and, in general, make rides a lot safer,” Mr Malolos said.
Top Nimul, PassApp’s CEO, said the partnership also seeks to develop drivers’ financial management skills.
“When fees go into their Wing accounts, drivers will be able to access their daily earnings reports, which will help them manage their finances,” he said.