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TechNave NewsBytes 2020 #12 - Maxis Hari Raya, Celcom, Samsung Tips, Digi CXO, Google AR in Search, Shopee, HP Foundation, Micron, Kaspersky, Epson, Fave + Facebook, Snapchat, 5 ways Huawei P40, Boost, AMD, Special: LG OLED TV and NetflixLast Updated: May 26, 2020
TechNave NewsBytes 2020 #12 - Maxis Hari Raya, Celcom, Samsung Tips, Digi CXO, Google AR in Search, Shopee, HP Foundation, Micron, Kaspersky, Epson, Fave + Facebook, Snapchat, 5 ways Huawei P40, Boost, AMD, Special: LG OLED TV and Netflix
Last Updated: May 21, 2020
Samsung, in collaboration with Boost, has officially announced that they will be working together in order to provide the best mobile payment experience to Malaysians possible. With that said, Boost will be integrated with Samsung Pay, which allows Samsung smartphone users to easily pay their purchases simply by scanning a QR code if the merchants do not support card payments.
Last Updated: May 18, 2020
Just this morning, Boost just announced a new upgrade on their mobile app which is the long-awaited New Premium Wallet and Basic Wallet. What are the differences between the two and how do you upgrade to the New Premium Wallet? Here's everything you need to know.
Last Updated: May 06, 2020
With the festive Raya season around the corner, Samsung Malaysia Electronics is hosting a campaign called Jimat, Snap and Menang for you (yes, you) and it has already begun! Don't worry, you're not late because this campaign will end on 7 June 2020. Up to a total of RM424,000 prizes to be won, here's how you can participate.
Last Updated: Apr 22, 2020
Boost has officially announced that you can now make fulfil your zakat obligations via the Boost app, due to the fact that they have recently been appointed as an official zakat collection agent. With that said, you can easily contribution from the comfort of your own home with only a smartphone, as well as an internet connection.
TechNave NewsBytes 2020 #7 - Huawei P40 wins TIPA, Samsung Galaxy fit tips, Maxis #KitaSapotKita, SOCAR, Experian, 515 EParty, Boost, Texas Instruments, Vivo, PMPL MY/SG S1, Carousell + Special: Redmi Note 9S interviewLast Updated: Apr 19, 2020
In this episode of TechNave NewsBytes, Huawei’s P40 series wins awards from TIPA and Samsung has some fitness tips for their Galaxy users during the MCO. Maxis is working on #KitaSapotKita while SOCAR Malaysia is offering promos for Malaysia’s Healthcare Heroes. Experian is offering freebies for Malaysia’s SMEs and Moonton is holding a global Mobile Legends: Bang Bang 515 EParty.
Boost got recognised as leading fintech, Texas Instruments helped donate and Vivo achieved a few things. Team Secret emerged as champions of the PMPL MY/SG S1 and Carousell also pitched in free ad inventory for charity. For TechNave NewsBytes 2020 #7 we got some special Interview time with Xiaomi about the Redmi Note 9S and other plans for Malaysia, so do read on and check it out at the end.
Last Updated: Apr 08, 2020
Donations continue to pour in from around the country to aid those at the frontlines and hot spots of the COVID-19 pandemic in Malaysia. Among them is e-wallet company Boost, which has been using its apps to help gather donations from Malaysians. Since it started its Tabung COVID-19 fund on 21 March 2020, the company has been funnelling sending all donations to the Ministry of Health (MOH).
Last Updated: Mar 25, 2020
Today, the Malaysian government has announced the movement control order will be extended until 14 April 2020. It is not surprising at all as cases in our country have been increasing these few days. Therefore, it is better to stay home for a few more weeks to halt the spread. However, this may not be good news for some of the non-essential businesses especially micro-SMEs. Luckily, Axiata is here to save the day with its subsidiaries Celcom and Boost, as they’re contributing a RM150 million cash fund to support small businesses that are facing difficulties.
Last Updated: Mar 16, 2020
Based on a report by astroawani.com, it seems that around 50 victims fell prey to a group of E-Wallet scammers who have managed to bag around RM600000. In order to pull the scam off, some individuals in the group will act as agents who will seek out selected individuals and promise them up to RM300 if they were to sign up.
Last Updated: Jan 15, 2020
E-Wallets offered by Touch ‘n Go, Grab, as well as Boost started giving out the RM30 E-Tunai Rakyat from today onwards until 14 March 2020. Malaysians who earn below RM100000 a year and are above 18 years old, will be able to claim the RM30 from one of the platforms mentioned.