Lazada Now Accepts Boost As A Payment Method
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You can now pay for your online shopping on popular e-commerce platform Lazada using the Boost e-wallet. By using Boost as a payment method, you can collect Boost Coins for your online shopping on Lazada.

“Lazada is officially Boosted, which means all your online checkouts can now be settled with just a Boost,” said the e-wallet in a notification. “So, if you’re planning to do some online shopping this MCO, you can start filling up your shopping carts today! And we’ll be there to help you check out safely and securely no matter where you are.”

All you have to do is select Boost as your payment method at the Lazada checkout, and sign in using your registered Boost mobile number and Boost 6-digit PIN. Make sure that you have an active Boost Wallet account with sufficient balance and note that the maximum amount per transaction is RM4,999, following the wallet size for Premium accounts.

Lazada currently offers quite a range of payment methods, including Visa or Mastercard credit or debit cards (but still no Amex!), online banking, the Touch ‘n Go eWallet, and for transactions above RM500, Maybank installments.

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