In an effort to help Malaysians reduce their living expenditures, Shell has announced that it is waiving the top-up fee for Touch ‘n Go reloads at all of its 27 petrol station along the North-South Expressway (NSE).

Shell Malaysia Managing Director, Shairan Huzani Husain said “Shell understands the challenge Malaysians face against the rising cost of living. This drives us to help Malaysians save more and ultimately, get more out of their journeys.

“Hopefully, forgoing the Touch ‘n Go top-up charges at all stations along NSE, as a start, will give our customers one less worry when travelling or fueling up at Shell during long journeys,” she added.

There are over 11,000 reload points nationwide for Touch ‘n Go cards, according to the official website. However, other than the approximately 500 selected locations, topping up your Touch ‘n Go card usually incurs a RM0.50 top-up fee.

Aside from the Touch ‘n Go initiative, Shell is also running the ‘Nak Ekstra RM20,000?‘ campaign, with one grand prize of RM20,000, and 20 consolation prizes of RM1,000 given away weekly. To enter, just spend RM40 in a single receipt at any Shell petrol stations.

The campaign kicked off on 1st December 2019, and will run until the 9th of February 2020. Last week, the company organised a prize-giving ceremony for the winners from the first four weeks of the campaign.


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