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Last Updated: Jan 15, 2020
Today, Malaysians everywhere are thrilled to redeem the RM30 from the e-Tunai Rakyat campaign. Ever since day 1 of 2020, Malaysians have already been notified about it on Grabpay, Boost and Touch 'n Go eWallet, and many have already got it except for Touch 'n Go eWallet due to server overload.
Last Updated: Jan 14, 2020
In case you have forgotten, tomorrow (15 January 2020) will be the e-Tunai Rakyat day where Malaysians can receive RM30 credit! Just so you know, this will be viable to all GrabPay, Boost and Touch 'n Go eWallet users. Of course, there are steps to redeem this and we got you covered. So here's how to verify your personal information to redeem the credit.
Last Updated: Dec 20, 2019
Based on an announcement made by the Finance Ministry, Malaysians who are eligible could receive RM30 on either Touch ‘N Go eWallet, Grab, or Boost. To into more detail, Malaysian citizens who are 18 years old and above and earn less than RM100000 will be eligible to receive the cash gift gift.
TechNave NewsBytes 2019 #23 - realme and Samsung celebrate anniversaries, Huawei OAID, GrabPay DuitNow QR, Alibaba 11.11 and moreLast Updated: Nov 03, 2019
This time around for TechNave.com NewsBytes 2019, realme Malaysia and Samsung celebrate their respective anniversaries while Huawei announces their OAID for app developers. GrabPay collaborates with PayNet for DuitNow QR while Alibaba has a number of 11.11 goodies up fro grabs. There's also news from HP's Aruba, Boost, Wahed Invest and more so check it out here.
Last Updated: Nov 01, 2019
As many of you already know, Sunway has introduced a new integrated license plate recognition system and although it's not officially launched yet, the system will be online in the first quarter of 2020 at Sunway City first. It will be Malaysia's first smart parking system, but which e-wallet payment can it support and how do you register? We got you covered.
Last Updated: Oct 31, 2019
With the announcement of Malaysia’s vision to be a cashless society, a research has been conducted to see the e-wallet trends in Malaysia in the past 2 years. The research was conducted by App Annie Intelligence together with iPrice Group.
Last Updated: Jun 10, 2019
Hey TechNavers, it's Monday and besides from going back to work, there's another friendly reminder about Boost's recent announcement just in case you missed it during the holidays. Boost will be having a back-end system upgrade and maintenance starting today (10 June) onwards at 11.30PM until 11 June at 2PM.
Last Updated: May 08, 2019
In a collaboration between Shell Malaysia and Boost e-wallet, more than 800 Shell outlets across Malaysia will officially support payment via the Boost App starting April 2019. To give a little more information regarding the Boost E-Wallet, it is a mobile app that stores digital currency which then can be used to make purchases and payments to partnered services.
Last Updated: Mar 08, 2019
Boost has given their response on the RM2000+ theft, from an unfortunate user who is located in Kluang. The theft, which was carried out through the use of the Boost app had already been reported to the officials and it is currently under investigation. The response mentions that upon investigation, Boost did not encounter any security breach in their systems and reassures that everyone’s data is safe and secured.
Last Updated: Mar 02, 2019
Boost is a free-to-use e-wallet which allows the user to make payments through the app to all participating merchants on its platform, such as 99 Speedmart, Steam, Shopee and more. In order to do so, users are required to top-up the e-wallet using either a credit or debit card. That being said, there was an unfortunate case where a user from Kluang, Johor had up to RM2000 stolen from her through the Boost app.