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How to activate taggo me on the Facebook Page

Since the launch of Taggo in late September, we have bee visiting a couple of retailers who have, not only expressed interest in using Taggo, but would like us to install the taggo me app into their Facebook Page and the taggo pos into their PCs.

Once the technicalities of identifying a fan at the retail store is over with, the retailers are now looking at the promotions to entice Facebook fans off the computer and into the store by way of incentives.

The advantage of Taggo is that when you activate your taggo me app in one of these retailers’ Facebook Pages with your ez-link card or your preferred Tap and Go card, you don’t need to re-enter these details at another Facebook Page which has Taggo activated.

All you need to do is click on the LIKE button of that Facebook Page and taggo is instantly activated for that Facebook Page. All you need to do next is to go to the store and tap to identify you as a fan.

You can start by activating taggo me at http:///

Here’s how you do it.

Step 1 – Click LIKE to be a fan of the Facebook Page.

Step 2 - Click on the taggo me tab. Click on Tap to start.

Step 3 - A permission box will appear. Click on Allow.

Step 4 - Choose your preferred Tap and Go card. I choose the EZ-Link Card.

Step 5 - Enter your EZ-Link Card number. Click Turn On. You have successfully activated taggo me. You only need to do this once. If there are other retailers using Taggo, just click LIKE and Taggo servers will automatic register your details. You don't have to enter your EZ-Link card number again.

Step 6 - Visit the retail outlet to make your purchase. Produce your EZ-Link Card at the counter and tap. Cashier will identify you as a Fan and you be rewarded with the Fan promotions.


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