Maybank Will Eventually Phase Out Maybank2u App, Will Be Replaced By MAE
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Maybank’s existing mobile banking app, Maybank2u, will eventually be replaced by the new MAE by Maybank2u app introduced today.

At the launch of the new MAE app, both Datuk Abdul Farid Alias, Group President and Chief Executive Offer of Maybank, and Dato’ John Chong, Group Chief Executive Officer, Community Financial Services, confirmed that the existing Maybank2u app will be phased out in the future.

However, at present, both digital banking apps will co-exist and can be used by Maybank customers. Maybank did not reveal a set date for when the Maybank2u app will be officially replaced by MAE.

The new MAE app, which also houses the MAE wallet, comes with a score of new digital banking functions that allow for better financial management. These include exciting new savings features, an e-wallet linked debit card, and even a “Makan Mana Wheel” that can recommend local dining deals.

You can download the new MAE app from  Google Play or the App Store.

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