Mobile check-in ov partly discontinued

Travelers who want to use their smartphone as ov-chipkaart, usually not to register their device at public transport chip mobile.

Without this registration, the phone can not be used to check-in. That is why provider OV-chip mobile Tuesday partly shut down the mobile check-in.

The problems with the notification only occur in people with a smartphone that use the KPN network. Therefore, customers of KPN and KPN-daughters Simyo, Yes Telecom and Telfort will no longer sign up for the mobile check-in.

The service went last week. The 2500 users who have successfully registered itself can ride in the train or bus or use the service. Vodafone subscribers can still log on to public transport chip mobile and after check-in.

In any event, the a device that runs on Android and an NFC chip has.

It is still unclear how long it takes before the problems are fixed.