With OVpay we are introducing the new check-in and check-out in public transport for travelers who travel second class and without a discount or subscription. How does OVpay work? Very easy: you hold your contactless debit card, credit card or mobile against the yellow card reader on the bus and - bleep! - you are checked in. After your trip you check out in the same way, with the same pass. It's that simple. It is similar to contactless payment in the supermarket. The difference: you also check out at your destination.
Make sure you have contactless payment enabled and that you remove your card from your wallet when checking in and out. This way you can check in with the pass you want.
In the Netherlands you can pay via OVpay in the following areas.
At allGo you can pay wit OVpay.
For travelers without an OV-chipcard, who would still like to travel cheaply by bus or train. You check in and out with your debit or credit card, also on your phone.
You don't have to buy anything and you don't have to sign up. You can simply check in and out with your debit or credit card, also via mobile. You pay the national boarding rate of € 1,08 and the price per kilometer.
for the national OVpay developments.