GrabPay Expands Its E-Tunai Rakyat Additional Incentives
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GrabPay is expanding its additional incentives for the e-Tunai Rakyat programme. Now that the first two tiers with higher-value incentives are fully claimed, GrabPay has introduced a new third tier – offering vouchers worth RM60 to 200,000 e-Tunai claimers.

When the e-Tunai Rakyat programme started on 15 January, GrabPay announced that it would be giving out additional vouchers on top of the RM30 digital incentive set by the government. The e-wallet offered vouchers worth up to RM270 to its first 10,000 applicants, vouchers up to RM120 for the next applicants up to 110,000, and vouchers up to RM30 for the rest.

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Under the new tier, 200,000 claimers will be able get cash vouchers for Grab services up to RM60 as well as five additional vouchers at food and beverage outlets and Hotlink. Once all the claims on this new tier are made, the remaining e-Tunai claimers will receive the lower-value vouchers amounting to RM30.

While you have until 9 March 2020 to make your claim for the official RM30 incentive from the government, you should consider putting in your e-Tunai Rakyat applications quickly if you haven’t already done so. Find out what additional incentives are being offered by the different e-wallet partners here and claim your e-Tunai Rakyat now.

(Source: Grab)

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