Can I buy an SMS ticket or daypass if I am already on a bus or tram?
You must always have a valid ticket before you get on or buy one from the driver. This means that you must have requested an SMS ticket before you get on. You should best do so when you see the bus or tram approaching. That will allow you to use the period of validity as long as possible. You have to show the SMS ticket to the driver when you get on.
If you request an SMS ticket when the inspector gets on, you will find yourself in trouble. Our inspectors always check whether the SMS ticket was requested after the previous stop.
Sms-ticket & sms-daypass
- What if the GSM network temporarily does not work or is disrupted?
- What happens if I don't have enough credit to buy an SMS-ticket?
- What should I do if the available time of my SMS ticket or daypass has expired?
- Can an SMS ticket of daypass be forwarded?
- Can I buy an sms-ticket via an international mobile phone operator?
- I received a message that M-Pay is blocked. What should I do?
- Does SMS ticketing work for all mobile phone operators?
- What if my mobile phone's battery is flat?
- What message should I send to buy an SMS ticket?
- I have a company postpaid contract for my mobile. Can I buy SMS tickets and SMS daypasses?
- Can I buy unlimited SMS-tickets if I have a contract tariff?
- I received an error message after ordering an SMS ticket or daypass. Do I have to pay for this?
- Can I use free SMS's to buy an SMS-ticket of daypass?
- Can several people travel on the same mobile?
- What about providers of so-called 'virtual' passes?
- Is there a difference in use between prepaid and postpaid mobile phone users?
- With which operators can I buy an SMS ticket or day pass?