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szdaily -> Important news
NO TICKETS NEEDED FOR HANGZHOU SUBWAY
    2017-December-28  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

A passenger scans a UnionPay Integrated Circuit (IC) card with a quick pass service to make a payment at an electric gate of a Metro station in Hangzhou yesterday. The capital of East China’s Zhejiang Province has become the first city in China to realize mobile payments on its subway and public buses. Starting from 5 p.m. yesterday, users of Alipay, a mobile payment app, will get a QR code on their phones, which they can use to enter the electric gates at all 72 subway stations in the city. The price will be deducted from their Alipay account after they swipe to exit the subway. Similar services have also been opened by UnionPay.Xinhua

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