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You can now pay for goods on the "Russia" train using the Sberbank service

You can now pay for goods on the "Russia" train using the Sberbank service
Photo: Sberbank

Passengers of the Rossiya train no longer need cash to pay for goods on the way. They can make purchases using the Sberbank Pay QR service

Those traveling on the world's longest railway route "Moscow - Vladivostok" can now pay for drinks, snacks, newspapers, magazines and souvenirs right in the car using the "Pay QR" service of Sberbank. He first worked on the "Russia" brand train.

There is no need to install additional software on the phone, all the necessary functionality is available in the SberBank Online application. With its help, you need to scan a special QR code, which is placed on the price list of goods in each train car, select the "Payment by QR code" function, enter the required amount and receive the goods from the conductor. For purchases made using the Pay QR service, SberSpasibo bonuses are awarded, which can be converted into Russian Railways Bonus loyalty points. Customers of other banks connected to the Sberbank QR platform will also be able to use the new payment system on the road.

Dmitry Malykh, Director of the Acquiring Division of Sberbank, noted that the QR code payment service will make travel on the Moscow-Vladivostok train even more comfortable and safe. There is no need to worry about enough cash, besides, the Pay QR service allows you to accept non-cash and contactless payments by bank cards without using any banking equipment and connecting to the power grid.

After the introduction of the Pay QR service on the Rossiya train, it is planned to expand it to other routes.

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