Hong Kong smart card service in its 11th year

Hong Kong smart card service in its 11th year
technology
Sebastian Seidel
  • 23 april 2008

Established in 1997, the Octopus Card has become Hong Kong Citizen’s favorite means of payment. Accepted by over 1,000 service providers, 95% of the city’s 7 million inhabitants not only use it to settle bus, metro and ferry fares, but also to pay at convenience stores, supermarkets, fast food restaurants and vending machines.

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