[Tagging] Credit Recharge in Argentina

Philip Barnes phil at trigpoint.me.uk
Tue Oct 27 14:50:10 UTC 2015


Sounds a lot like oyster cards used in London,  probably something in use there.

Phil (trigpoint)

On Tue Oct 27 14:38:33 2015 GMT, Sebastian - wrote:
> Hello. Sorry for my (basic) English and apologies for the previous erroneous mail.
> 
> In Argentina, many buses use as a payment system, the contactless card called "SUBE" (more info, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SUBE_card ). 
>  The card uses a credit system. It recharges in shops and kiosks in Pesos (Argentina currency). The credit is deducted when boarding a bus.
> 
> The label used in OSM to PAY with these cards is payment:sube= *. (With the credit of this card, you can also pay the toll highway and other services in the future.)
> 
>  We do not know that labels can indicate the places of recharge credit. By analogy, it could be something as recharge:sube= *, but would this be valid? The word "recharge" would be valid for this in other parts of the world for similar systems?
> 
>  I want to clarify that in Argentina, in some cities there are similar cards, so it would also recharge:tarjebus=*, recharge:saeta=*, recharge:sube_misionero=*.
> 
> Another clarification: it is not a vending machine, nor an electronic ticket dispenser.
> 
> The same tag, recharge:*=*, could also be used to indicate places to recharge prepaid mobile phone credit (known as "Saldo virtual").
> 
> Help us!
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