TNG eWallet Is Now Restored On Apple App Store
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The Touch ‘n Go (TNG) eWallet app is now restored on the Apple App Store, making it once again available for download for iPhone users. This came after the e-wallet app was temporarily removed from the digital distribution platform since the last weekend.

The TNG eWallet app featured on the App Store has also been updated to the latest 1.7.73 version, similar to the one that is available on Google Play Store. As such, you can expect all functions on TNG eWallet – including latest features such as the top-up function for the enhanced TNG card – to be accessible without any problems.

As of the time of writing, TNG eWallet has yet to release an official statement to clarify why its app was removed from the platform since the end of last week. Over the past few days, however, it had acknowledged the issue in its replies to comments from worried users on its social media pages, stating that it is already working with Apple to resolve the issue. Additionally, it reassured them that all features on TNG eWallet will not be affected for existing users, and that their funds in the eWallet are safe.

With this latest development, users can once more find and download the TNG eWallet for free from Google Play, the App Store, and the Huawei AppGallery.

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