Mobile check-in at the ov for KPN customers, shut down
Customers of KPN and Telfort, Simyo and Yes Telecom can their Android device for the time being not to log on to as ov-chipkaart to use.
There is something wrong with the registration process, in which the digital ov-chip card on the sim card of the customer is written, says the ov-chip mobile spokesperson Nicky Jansen. Check-in with Android phones since last week.
“What exactly goes wrong is not yet clear; Vodafone customers get each time through the process, customers with a subscription of KPN not always,” says Jansen. “Until it is clear what the cause is, we have decided to make the entry process for TELECOM customers to stop.”
Customers of both KPN and Vodafone to sign up via ov-chipmobiel.nl. Then varies the registration, however, between KPN and Vodafone.
To 2,500 users
KPN customers who are already successful with the registration, their phone just as ov-chipkaart. If that’s still not worked, can log on to message to get when the register works again.
Since the ov-chip mobile last week Monday was introduced, a total of 2,500 customers are successfully registered, says Jansen. Although thousands of people’s initial interest, customers have an Android device with nfc, a subscription to KPN or Vodafone and a suitable sim card is required.
They must also agree with the automatic recharging of their ov-chipkaart and travelling on full fare. In the long term should also trajectkaarten and kortingsabonnementen by ov-chip mobile are supported.