21 Jul - 2 min read
E-wallet Boost has rolled out an update for its bill payment service today, now dubbed BoostBills. Aimed at making the bill payment experience more convenient and efficient, it comes with a full suite of new and upcoming features, including AutoBills, MultiBills, and ViewBills.
“Check out our brand new features that allow you to settle your bills automatically every month, or even pay multiple bills all in one go with just a tap of a button,” the e-wallet service provider said in its in-app announcement. This is on top of existing features, such as the ability to set weekly or monthly reminders to pay bills, and to earn Boost Coins when you make a bill payment.
Specifically, AutoBills allows you to schedule and make recurring bill payments with a tap of a button, whereas MultiBills lets you pay multiple bills at one go (bulk payment). Both features are already available for use within the app. For instance, you can tap on “Set Recurring Payment” to activate the AutoBills feature for your preferred billers when making your payment. Meanwhile, MultiBills will be enabled after you’ve made a first payment with a biller or added a favourite biller in your Boost account.
There is also another upcoming feature called ViewBills that will let you conveniently check your bill balance by tapping on a single button. If you’re ready to check out the new features that are currently available, go ahead and tap into the bill payment (BoostBills) tile within the Boost app.
You could also take advantage of an ongoing promotional campaign that was launched in conjunction with the introduction of these new BoostBills features. Users who pay their bills using either AutoBills or MultiBills (minimum RM10 in each bill payment) will stand a chance of winning RM10,000 cash reward. The campaign is slated to run until 30 September 2021. You can find out more about the campaign on Boost’s website here.
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