How To Recharge M-Tag Online | Easy Step-By-Step Guide

How ToHow To Recharge M-Tag Online | Easy Step-By-Step Guide

Traveling on Motorway has become much easier with the compulsion of M-tags. Inter-city travelers do not have to wait for longer when crossing toll plazas. The government has introduced M-Tag on M-2 (Islamabad to Lahore) motorway. According to this technology, you will have an M-Tag ID card along with you when you are travelling through the motorway. So, forget about stopping every time at the toll plaza, waiting for the slip from the counter and handing him the money physically. Now, you will only hand them an M-Tag ID card for scanning after which the amount will easily be deducted from your account. So, travel as much as you want without worrying about insufficient change for toll plazas. But, once your recharge ends in M-Tag, you will worry about the recharge. You can do it only. So, know here about how to recharge M-Tag online.

Complete guide on how to get M-tag for Motorway

Ways to Recharge Your M-Tag Online

How to recharge M-Tag online?

Getting an M-tag for your vehicle is quite easy now. Some different websites and applications allow you to recharge your M-Tag online easily. When you recharge your account, it will be done without any tax deduction. The methods include JazzCash, Easypaisa, or Debit/Credit cards. The easiest way how to recharge M-Tag online has 7 ways until now. Those ways are:

  • JazzCash 
  • EasyPaisa
  • Credit Card
  • Debit Card
  • Scratch Card
  • Motorway App Recharge
  • Motorway Customer Care Recharge

Step By Step Guide 

how to recharge M-Tag online?

The first thing you need to know is the M-Tag ID that you can get by sending an SMS to 9909. You need to type “MTAG<space>CNIC number” You will receive the ID. Once you get the ID, follow the given steps:

  • Visit Motorway Website
  • Click on the Recharge icon
  • Enter Your M-Tag ID
  • Choose your payment method
  • Provide relevant information.

This method is only helpful if you are using JazzCash, Easypaisa, Debit card or Credit card. You can simply select your relevant method and fill in the details. For other methods, read the whole guide.

Scratch Card Payment Method

There are several Motorway customer care centres within short distances on Motorway. You can get a scratch card from there worth Rs. 100 to Rs. 3000. If you have a scratch card, follow the given steps:

  • Scratch the card
  • Open your new Message box. 
  • Type Scratch Card number <space> M-Tag ID.
  • Send it 9909
  • You will be recharged in a minute.

Smart Motorway App

To recharge your M-tag, this is the easiest way. Download “Smart Motorway App” from Play Store. You can recharge using your ID number. 

Check Current Balance

Among all these recharge methods, the question arises about how to check the balance. If you are a frequent traveller, the least you would want is the low balance in M-tag. So, here is a simple guide on how you can check the balance. 

  • Type a new SMS
  • Type Balance <space> M-Tag ID
  • Send it to 9909
  • Your remaining balance will be on your screens then. 

So, these were some of the methods how to recharge your M-Tag. Hopefully, this will be helpful for your inconvenient travelling. 


How to recharge M-tag online?
  • Visit Motorway Website
  • Click on the Recharge icon
  • Enter Your M-Tag ID
  • Choose your payment method
  • Provide relevant information.
Is it compulsory to get M-tag?

Yes, the government has made it compulsory for all vehicles to have an M-tag while traveling via Motorway (M2).

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