NETS Contactless

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    Tap to pay with NETS with your new UOB ATM Card (contactless)

What is NETS Contactless

Tap and scan to pay with NETS

• No PIN required for transactions below S$100
• Simply tap and go, it's that easy!

How it works

Via Digitised ATM Card* on UOB Mighty

 
1. Download UOB Mighty.
 
2. Digitise your UOB ATM Card* to start paying with your mobile device.
Visit uob.com.sg/Mighty to learn how to digitise your UOB ATM Card on UOB Mighty.
 
3. Look out for the NETS contactless logo on the NETS terminal to tap and pay!

 

Via the new UOB ATM Card (contactless)

 
1. Get your new UOB ATM Card (contactless) via any of the following application modes:
   a. Visit any UOB Group Branch to apply immediately.
   b. Download a copy of the application form here. Mail the completed form to:
       Robinson Road P O Box 1282 Singapore 902532
 
2. Look out for the NETS contactless logo on the NETS terminal to tap and pay!
 
* Pay with UOB Mighty is compatible with Android devices with NFC Support, running 4.4 or higher. Asus devices running on X86 processors are not supported.

 

Participating Merchants

Enjoy the convenience of paying with a simple tap at more than 50,000 merchants outlets such as Popular, Comfort, Topman, G2000, FOX and more! Click here for more merchants that accepts NETS contactless payments.

SimplyGo with UOB ATM Contactless Card

Skip the top-up queues! Tap & ride for MRT & Bus rides with your UOB ATM Contactless Card.

Don't have a UOB ATM Contactless Card? Visit any UOB Group Branch or download form to apply now

FAQ

All UOB customers holding at least one ATM cards, issued by UOB in Singapore, can pay with UOB Mighty. Pay with UOB Mighty is compatible with Android devices with NFC Support, running 4.4 or higher. Asus devices running on X86 processors are not supported.

No, PIN verification is not required if your contactless NETS purchase is under S$100. For contactless NETS transactions on UOB ATM Cards (greater than or equals to S$100), PIN verification is required.

If your ATM card is lost or stolen, your liability will be limited to S$100.00 for unauthorized contactless transactions (without PIN) performed using your ATM card but only if you take all of the following steps:-

  1. you immediately notify us of the loss or theft
  2. you take all reasonable steps to help recover or stop the use of the Card;
  3. you give us a police report or a legal document called a statutory declaration in the form approved by us and any other document or information we require; and
  4. you have established, and we are satisfied that, you have not by your acts or omissions (directly or indirectly) caused or contributed to the occurrence of the loss or theft and the loss, or theft is not due to your negligence, fraudulent act or default

Terms and Conditions Governing Accounts and Services (Individual Customers) applied, please click here for a copy of the full Terms and Conditions.

  1. Do I need to sign up for a SimplyGo account to use my UOB ATM contactless card for transit?
    You can use your UOB ATM contactless card immediately for fare payments.
    To enjoy added convenience of accessing your travel history and transactions anytime, anywhere, please sign up for a SimplyGo account via the TransitLink SimplyGo Portal or TL SimplyGo mobile app and register the card(s) that you wish to use for transit payment.
    To ensure that travel fares are charged only to the travel card which you intend to use, please take out that particular card from your bag or wallet when tapping on the fare reader, so that only that designated travel card is charged.

  2. How do I use my UOB ATM contactless card for transit?
    Please take out your UOB ATM contactless card from your bag or wallet and tap on the fare reader at the train gantry or on the bus at the points of boarding and alighting. The fare reader will display "Bank Card Usage".
    To view your journey and fare history, you are encouraged to go through the TransitLink SimplyGo Portal or TL SimplyGo mobile app.