It is advised for users to follow the expiry date stated on the Touch n’ Go eWallet as the most accurate representation of your charm’s expiry. If your charm is not linked to the Touch n’ Go eWallet, you could also refer to the expiry date listed on the TNGSB Portal. TNGSB aims to honour the expiry dates obtained from any of these platforms.
Articles in this section
- What is the Touch ‘n Go Charm?
- Does the Touch ‘n Go Charm come with any stored value?
- Does my Touch ‘n Go Charm have a warranty period?
- How do I check the expiry date of my Touch ‘n Go Charm?
- There is a difference between the date printed on the Touch ‘n Go Charm, Touch n’ Go eWallet and the date listed on the TNGSB portal for the charm expiry. Which date should I refer to?
- Will my Touch ‘n Go Charm become inactive if I were to not use it for an extended period of time?
- Are there any Service and Activation Fees for the Touch ‘n Go Charm?
- What will happen to the balance in my charm if I do not use the Touch ‘n Go Charm throughout 7 years from last transaction date?