Rabbit LINE Pay and Rabbit Card offer greater convenience to BTS passengers

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Rabbit LINE Pay launching the innovative payment service, the launching is aimed at facilitating BTS passengers' fare payments through Rabbit LINE Pay. The service is a result of collaboration between Rabbit LINE Pay, a leading mobile payment operator, Rabbit Card and BTS. Through their smartphones, passengers can register for the service, add the stored value, buy trips, check the outstanding stored value and review their trip history. Passengers can deduct fares from Rabbit LINE Pay's e-wallet or from their credit or debit card which be linked with Rabbit LINE Pay. The service includes notifications prior to fare deduction and notifications when trips are bought via LINE or when the outstanding stored value is below the fare, to assure transparency and enhance convenience. The service is now available at the ticketing offices at all BTS stations.

As of October 2018, over 10 million Rabbit Cards have been in use, Rabbit LINE Pay serves 5 million users and the numbers jumped 50% in less than 6 months. Amid the rapid growth of users, the number of participating merchants nationwide has grown to more than 50,000. By the end of 2018, the number of merchants is expected to reach 60,000, Rabbit LINE Pay aim to grow the number of bound cards to 500,000 by the end of 2018.

The cooperation not only offers BTS passengers’ greater convenience but also acts as a catalyst in turning Thailand to a cashless society and driving Thais towards the Thailand 4.0 era. The service also serves a goal to make Rabbit LINE Pay the No.1 mobile payment platform in Thailand.

Mr. Jin-Woo Lee, chief executive officer of Rabbit LINE Pay Co., Ltd.(Left), Mr.Surapong Laoha-Unya, chief operating officer of Bangkok Mass Transit System PLC. (Middle) ,Ms. Ratchnee  Saensinchai, managing director of Bangkok Smartcard System Co., Ltd. (Right)