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iPhone users can now top up Leap card from phone

iPhone users are now able to top up their leap card from their phone following the release of a new app from the NTA.

iPhone and iPad users will be able to use the new app to check their leap balance as well as collect pre-purchased tickets such as TaxSaver tickets.

This feature, which has been available for Android users since 2016, will be available to anyone with an iPhone 7 or newer.

The CEO of the National Transport Authority Anne Graham stated, “In light of COVID-19, the ability to top-up from anywhere at any time from the comfort of your own home, will be a welcomed function for public transport users across the TFI network.”

She also added that using a Leap card on public transport services will be the safest way to pay when restrictions are eased.

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