Now that the government’s e-Tunai Rakyat initiative is finally here, eligible Malaysians can finally start claiming their RM30…
The government is providing all Malaysians with RM30 worth of e-wallet credit to encourage the use of e-wallets.
A commentary by Hann Liew, CEO of RinggitPlus, on Budget 2020.
The new feature makes shopping on your mobile phone just a little bit more seamless.
Sabah residents may look forward to their own state-implemented e-wallet in the near future.
Now that GrabPay's 20x points multiplier gone, is it still the most rewarding e-wallet in town?
Starbucks Japan has released a pen embedded with NFC technology that doubles as a writing tool and payment method.
As efforts to encourage cashless transactions in Malaysia increase, some traditional locations have begun to embrace new technology.
Another e-wallet app has been launched in Malaysia. Is GrabPay the best of the lot so far?
No more Touch n Go cards in the future? Sure seems like it.