Rosneft and Credit Bank of Moscow have launched a fuel payment service for individuals via a mobile app. The service is available for customers of 96 multi-purpose filling stations under the BP brand in Moscow and Moscow Region.
The World of Privilege mobile app for iOS and Android will be available not only for clients of Credit Bank of Moscow but also for clients of all Russian banks.
The app utilises new digital technology allowing to pay for the fuel without leaving the car. To register in the World of Privilege mobile app, a user has to enter their credit card data to pay for the fuel. To make a payment, a customer needs to launch the app and scan the QR code pictured on the fuel dispenser, which contains data on the number of the multi-purpose filling station and the number of the dispenser. By making payments via the mobile app, BP Club participants can earn bonuses.
Note for Editors:
Rosneft owns the largest retail network in Russia comprising about 3,000 fuel-filling stations and complexes. The Company’s retail geography covers 66 regions in all federal districts of Russia. BP’s retail network amounts to 123 multi-purpose filling stations located in Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Tver, Smolensk, Pskov, and Veliky Novgorod. *Rosneft owns and manages the Russian retail network of BP by using BP trademarks under a license from BP PLC.
Digitisation and advanced development are one of the key goals of the Company, in accordance with the Rosneft-2022 Strategy. In March 2019, Rosneft was the first in Russia to launch a mobile fuel payment service at its filling stations for corporate customers. The RN-Card app is available for smartphones running iOS and Android in all regions of the Company’s operation, on most stations under the brands Rosneft, TNK, BP, and Bashneft. The RN-Card app was created with Rosneft’s own inventions, its key advantages are security and user-friendliness.
June 17, 2019