You Can Now Tap-and-Go Using Your Beep Card Each Time You Ride TAS Trans P2P Buses

August 24, 2017

The beep card has been gaining popularity in the country for quite some time now. The three elevated railway systems—MRT, LRT 1 and 2), as well as numerous bus lines and even the CAVITEX and NLEX now use it as mode of payment. One can even use the convenient tap-and-go service at FamilyMart and Robinsons Movieworld. Now, AF Payments Inc. announces yet another entity joining its growing family.

Beginning today, August 23, 2017, commuters riding the TAS Trans Point-to-Point (P2P) bus service can pay using their beep card. TAS Trans P2P is a terminal to destination service that starts off from Nuvali in Santa Rosa, Laguna and goes all the way non-stop to Glorietta 2 and Circuit Makati in Makati City.

To celebrate the partnership, AF Payments and TAS Trans will be offering special rates from now until November 30, 2017. The usual P250 one way fare will be reduced to P150 one way. Senior citizens, PWDs and students can even avail of discounts that bring the fare down to just P120.

TAS Trans P2P service uses 45-seater buses that feature comfortable climate-controlled environments, reclining padded leather chairs, and free Wi-Fi. There are even CCTV cameras, along with first-aid kits to give passengers total peace of mind.

TAS Trans P2P operates from 5am to 9pm daily, with buses leaving every 20 minutes during peak hours and every hour at off-peak times.

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