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Malaysian youths can now claim eBelia credit, RM300 rewards, earn up to RM1500 income & other prizes on BoostJun 01, 2021
Starting today, eligible Malaysian students aged between 18-20 years old across the country will be able to claim their RM150 eBelia credit from the Malaysian government on Boost, Touch n' Go eWallet, Shopee Pay and BigPay. Through Boost, the company has just announced that they will also top up with an additional reward worth up to RM300, making it a total of RM450.
May 17, 2021
Our government is back with another financial aid with the initiative to encourage cashless spending among youths and full-time students at registered local institutions of higher learning (IPT). Besides that, the Ministry of Finance (MoF) also hopes that it could ease the financial burden of the target group.
May 12, 2021
Hari Raya will commence tomorrow but under this MCO 3.0, visitation is not allowed at all. Despite this, Malays across the nation can still send e-Duit Raya through Boost's Raya campaign ‘Raya dengan Tenang, Di Rumah kan Senang’ with exciting rewards. Here's what you need to know.
Feb 09, 2021
The movement control order (MCO) stops us from visiting relatives this year, but it doesn't prevent you from sending Ang Pows. Yesterday, Maybank announced that you can send them via its MAE app. Today, Boost confirmed that its app will let you do the same.
Dec 28, 2020
As more people start buying digital content and use e-wallets, there's a need for alternative methods to get our precious e-currency. For some of us, we use these to buy games or in-game items from Google or iOS. So it's great that Boost will now let us directly buy Google Play codes.
Oct 13, 2020
Boost is one of the e-wallets that you can make transactions easier, faster, and get rewards by using it. From 14 October from (1 AM to 6 AM), the app will be performing routine maintenance to build a safer and trusted platform.
Oct 02, 2020
Setel app is the first app that we can pay for refilling fuel at Petronas. You can just sit in the car and ‘Setel’ everything with your smartphone, which includes buying snack by using the app and the staff will even send it to your vehicle. Now Boost have announced their new collaboration with Setel to bring cashback and double rewards to the users.
You will not be able to pay for parking via the DBKL parking payment machines from 1 October 2020 onwardsOct 01, 2020
It seems that DBKL has recently released a statement on their Facebook page stating that motorists will not be able to pay for parking via the parking payment machines, starting from 1 October 2020. Instead, DBKL will only accept payments via apps such as EZ Smart Park, Flexiparking, Wilayah Parking, as well as M-Cash in order to pay for their parking.
Jul 30, 2020
After going through an economic downpour due to the pandemic, our government is doing everything they can to bring the businesses back to life. Earlier, the e-PENJANA program that has raised a total of RM1.5 billion among private companies was introduced to distribute free RM50 (e-wallet credit) + RM50 (discount voucher and cashback) to every Malaysian e-wallet user. Now, the plan is finally going to kickstart starting from 31 July onwards.
Jul 22, 2020
All of you must have known that our government is distributing e-wallet credit again as the MySejahtera app has crashed earlier due to a large number of sign-ups (haha~). It looks like things just got better as the finance minister has announced that they are increasing the total value of RM50 as previously announced to RM100!