Forget your wallet? Interested to go cashless but have no clue where to start? Read on to find out some user-friendly and convenient e-wallet apps!
Sustainability definitely is everything in our modern living today.
From metal straws, to ‘No Plastic Bags’ efforts, us Malaysians has done a great job in creating sustainable living.
Good job, Malaysia!
Moving towards a cashless society, e-wallets are also a great way to create a sustainable community as well as a tech-driven society. Here are 5 E-Wallet Apps To Kick-Start Your Cashless Journey(in alphabetical order):
Boost is an e-wallet application that can be seen almost anywhere! Features includes Scan & Pay, generate your own QR code, promotional rewards, store locator, peer-to-peer transfer, bill splitting, e-Gifting and mobile top-up services.
A must-have for frequent Grab users, you can not only use GrabPay to pay for Grab services, such as, GrabFood and GrabCar, it is also available for in-store purchases with registered GrabPay merchants, GrabPay Credits Transfer, prepaid top up and GrabRewards.
Especially for Maybank Cardholders, you can register up to eight Maybank cards (credit, debit and prepaid) in MaybankPay for a seamless e-transaction experience. Definitely a must-have if you are a frequent customer at these registered MaybankPay merchants.
MaybankPay is available on Android.
The first local e-wallet application that was first introduced in Cyberjaya. TaPay features functions, such as, Scan-and-pay, loyalty card storage, peer-to-peer transfer and promotional rewards. With over 400, 000 participating merchants, you can use TaPay anywhere from luxury hotels to pasar malam stalls.
5. WeChat Pay
Launched in 2018, Malaysia was the first market outside China to be introduced to WeChat Pay with the Ringgit currency. WeChat Pay is a reliable e-wallet application approved by the Bank Negara Malaysia that includes features, such as, Quick Pay, prepaid top up, Money Packet and also has a partnership with Hong Leong Bank.
I’m ready now for my cashless shopping now, are you?