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  • You could get RM30 on either Touch 'n Go eWallet, Boost or Grab next year

    You could get RM30 on either Touch 'n Go eWallet, Boost or Grab next year

    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.

  • GrabFood delivery fee now costs up to RM9

    GrabFood delivery fee now costs up to RM9

    GrabFood is undeniably one of the most popular food delivery services in Malaysia. The food delivery service has saved us a lot of time and effort when we’re looking for food. Now, Grab has announced they would be raising their delivery fee from a fixed RM5 up to RM9.

  • Shop at over 53 million merchants with a numberless payment card by Grab

    Shop at over 53 million merchants with a numberless payment card by Grab

    When it comes to hearing Grab, you will definitely think of its e-hailing service. However, the company’s success doesn’t just come from the service mentioned alone. With GrabFood and GrabPay being parts of its app, Grab has silently changed some of our lifestyles by providing convenience and also a lot of great promotions. Now, Grab announced they will be collaborating with Mastercard to launch Asia’s first numberless payment card, GrabPay Card.

  • GrabBike Beta Program registration is now open for Malaysians!

    GrabBike Beta Program registration is now open for Malaysians!

    Ever since the government has agreed to allow intermediary businesses to provide motorcycle excursion services, the 'Proof of Concept' (POC) in Kuala Lumpur will begin in January 2020 for six months mentioned by the Minister of Transport. In line with that, Grab has launched the GrabBike program and is now open for registration to all riders around Klang Valley.

  • Grab's new service GrabMart is here and let's find out what does it offer

    Grab's new service GrabMart is here and let's find out what does it offer

    Grab has launched a new service which allows you to buy goods and services from their app. The service is called GrabMart and it has started as a beta version for the users to test out the feature. 

  • Gojek, Dego Ride and more to conduct a six-month-long test in Malaysia

    Gojek, Dego Ride and more to conduct a six-month-long test in Malaysia

    Malaysia’s transport minister has given the go-ahead allowing Motorcycle e-hailing services such as Gojek as well as local startup Dego Ride, to start a small scale test in the year 2020. The six-month-long test will allow the government, as well as partnering entities to collect data to determine the feasibility and demand for the services mentioned.

  • Here are the most popular e-wallets in Malaysia

    Here are the most popular e-wallets in Malaysia

    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.

  • NewsBytes 2019 #21 - Samsung goes Platinum twice, Celcom + Google + MoE, Grab, TikTok, Alibaba and more

    NewsBytes 2019 #21 - Samsung goes Platinum twice, Celcom + Google + MoE, Grab, TikTok, Alibaba and more

    NewsBytes 2019 #21 - Samsung goes Platinum twice, Celcom + Google + MoE, Grab, TikTok, Alibaba and more

  • It is now possible to pay all your Grab bills monthly with Grab's PayLater feature

    It is now possible to pay all your Grab bills monthly with Grab's PayLater feature

    Grab has announced PayLater payment option which is a new feature that lets you pay all your grab bills at once from rides, GrabFood deliveries and more at the start of next month. While this feature is only available to selected Grab users, Grab plans to open up to feature to more users depending on several eligibility factors such as GrabReward tier, account age, and how many rides you have taken.

  • Go-Jek could start operations in Malaysia very soon

    Go-Jek could start operations in Malaysia very soon

    Based on a report by thestar.com.my, Indonesian’s most popular motorcycle hailing service called Go-Jek could be available in Malaysia very soon. Based on a statement by Entrepreneur Development Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Reduan Yusof, it might take about a month or two for the Youth and Sports Ministry as well as the Transport Ministry to work on the kinks before allowing the service to roll-out in Malaysia.