Apart from paying tolls and using it to pay at retail outlets, the Touch ‘n Go eWallet can now be used as a payment channel for your Apple iTunes account. This allows you to use your Touch ‘n Go eWallet balance to pay for paid apps, Apple Music and even iCloud storage.
To set your Touch ‘n Go eWallet as your preferred payment method, just to go your iPhone or iPad’s settings, tap on your Apple ID then select “Payment & Shipping”. From there, you can change your payment method to “Touch ‘n Go eWallet”. Verification with the eWallet app is required and it will require an SMS verification. If you’re paying for other subscriptions (e.g. Spotify or Netflix) via iTunes, it will be charged to your eWallet as well.
Touch ‘n Go eWallet is an alternative solution for those who don’t want to link their credit/debit cards. Another option would be to pay via carrier billing and this can be charged directly to your prepaid credit or postpaid bill. You can learn more at TNG digital’s website.