News & Reviews: ePemula
Oct 07, 2022
Finance Minister Tengku Datuk Seri Zafrul Tengku Aziz today announced that the government will be introducing two eWallet initiatives under Budget 2023, whereby eligible Malaysians will be getting eWallet credits under the ePemula programme. These include RM200 one-off eWallet credits for youths aged 18 to 20 years old and full-time students aged over 21 years old as well as RM100 one-off eWallet credits f M40 Malaysians earning under RM100,000 a year.
Here's what you can do with ePemula credits (and vouchers) on BigPay, GrabPay, ShopeePay and TnG eWalletApr 11, 2022
By now, most of the youths have already claimed their ePemula credits but we also saw lots of memes on Twitter. On the platform, it seems that many of them are rather disappointed by some of the limitations.
Apr 11, 2022
In conjunction with the ePemula programme registration today on 11 April 2022, Shopee Malaysia has also announced that successful ePemula claimants can get the RM150 ShopeePay credit as well as an additional RM500 worth of vouchers, bringing the total benefit up to RM650. How does that work? Read on below.
Malaysian youths can claim RM150 e-wallet credit via BigPay, GrabPay, ShopeePay and Touch ’n Go starting mid-AprilApr 01, 2022
The Finance Ministry (MOF) in a statement yesterday announced that around 2 million Malaysian youths will receive an RM150 e-wallet credit starting this mid-April. Part of the government’s ePemula scheme, those that are eligible include youths aged 18 to 20 as well as full-time students in higher learning institutions.
Furthermore, those eligible would get to enjoy the benefit through one of four e-wallet providers, which are BigPay, GrabPay, ShopeePay and Touch ’n Go. MOF said that the four e-wallet service providers have a network of 1.2 million retailers in Malaysia.