Cashless bike sharing service available via WeChat

Cashless bike sharing service available via WeChat

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Shanghai-based Mobike urban bike sharing service has expanded into cities across China, and into Singapore, via the popular messaging app WeChat. Using a miniapp located in the Wallet section of WeChat, users can now quickly and easily reserve and pay for a bike without having to launch another application. A reservation is held for 15 minutes, and cyclists unlock the bike using their smartphone.

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