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    Get Wessex Bus in your pocket with the M-Tickets app now, and make your Android handset your ticket across the Wessex Bus network, starting in September 2013 with Uniconnect routes.

    Just download, signup, and buy bus tickets to use directly on your mobile right in the app, with your choice of credit card, debit card and Barclays Pingit!

    PLEASE NOTE
    This app does not run under the Android ART beta runtime. In order to run the app on Android 4.4 KitKat please open Settings > Developer Options > Select runtime and select Dalvik. Support for ART will be added in future releases

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    Users review

    from 31 reviews

    "OK"

    4.6

    Users comments for Wessex Bus M-Tickets

    Ahmad Sidawi

    by Ahmad Sidawi

    Nov 24, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Not sure what all the negative reviews are about with this app. Been using it for a few weeks, it's excellent! Easy to use, easy to pay, clearly their new releases have fixed some of the issues. Good job!

    A Google user

    by A Google user

    Oct 13, 2017  |  "OK"

    Worked fine for a month and now it won't connect blaming internet connection and not being able to connect to the server. My internet connection is just fine.

    Maff Evans

    by Maff Evans

    Sep 05, 2017  |  "Poor"

    Crashes on open every time.

    Anne Quintrell-davies

    by Anne Quintrell-davies

    Jun 10, 2017  |  "OK"

    Downloaded the app a few hours ago and I have not been able to open it once yet, don't hold up much hope of using it while out for a bus, if I ever do manage to get tickets on it. Will uninstall it and try again

    Michael Wilson

    by Michael Wilson

    Mar 18, 2017  |  "Poor"

    The app just crashes as you open it. Can't book bus tickets

    Joe Walton

    by Joe Walton

    Jan 18, 2017  |  "Poor"

    Why would the charges be higher than for cash payment? Surely the whole point is efficiency savings for the drivers, so where's the customer savings?