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  • Shopee to take on food delivery services such ShopeeFood?

    Shopee to take on food delivery services such ShopeeFood?

    It seems that a leaked commercial video regarding ShopeeFood has recently been spotted on YouTube, hinting that Shopee might be keen on entering the food delivery market. Based on the video, it seems that the ShopeeFood delivery service might be limited to the Indonesian market for now.

  • Shopee to take on food delivery services such ShopeeFood?

    Shopee to take on food delivery services such ShopeeFood?

    It seems that a leaked commercial video regarding ShopeeFood has recently been spotted on YouTube, hinting that Shopee might be keen on entering the food delivery market. Based on the video, it seems that the ShopeeFood delivery service might be limited to the Indonesian market for now.

  • Now you can order different meals from the same food court for a single delivery fee

    Now you can order different meals from the same food court for a single delivery fee

    Recently, Grab has stated on their official website saying that it will be possible to order several meals from the same food court for a single delivery price. Currently, this feature is available in selected food courts located in Johor Bahru, Penang, Kota Kinabalu, Kuching, Melaka, and Ipoh for now.

  • You can redeem dahmakan e-vouchers for free with Samsung Rewards Points

    You can redeem dahmakan e-vouchers for free with Samsung Rewards Points

    If you're a Samsung Member user and you still have some Samsung Rewards Points to spare, here's some good news for you. Samsung Malaysia have announced that you can now use the points and redeem dahmakan e-vouchers! Here's how to redeem the e-vouchers for free.

  • E-Bazaar not allowed to operate during MCO

    E-Bazaar not allowed to operate during MCO

    Based on a statement by the Malaysian government, e-Bazaar will not be allowed to operate due to the Movement Control Order (MCO) which is in effect until 28 April 2020. Other than that, they’ve also mentioned that regular e-hailing services including GrabFood are still allowed to operate even during the MCO albeit with some restrictions.

  • Grab announced the Support Local Heroes initiative along with rebates and financial relief

    Grab announced the Support Local Heroes initiative along with rebates and financial relief

    Starting from 1 April until 14 April 2020, Grab has announced that all small restaurants and hawker stalls are to receive rebates for every GrabFood offer. Not only that, but Grab also aims to generate more visibility towards the restaurants mentioned via the ‘Local Heroes’ Campaign as well.

  • Get up to 366 free delivery with Touch 'n Go and DeliverEat

    Get up to 366 free delivery with Touch 'n Go and DeliverEat

    In conjunction with a collaboration between Touch ‘n Go and DeliverEat, you can get up to 366 free food delivery a day when you make a transaction using the Touch ‘n Go eWallet. However, do take note that only the first 100,000 transactions and there is a limit of 1 redemption per user per day using the aforementioned eWallet will be eligible for the free delivery.

  • You can now order KFC via Lazada Mall this Ramadan!

    You can now order KFC via Lazada Mall this Ramadan!

    In conjunction with the Ramadan celebration, Lazada along with the partnership with KFC will now offer customers the option to pre-purchase their meals via LazMall. Which can then be picked up at any of the 108 participating KFC outlets, that is selected by the user on KFC’s official website.

  • Go-Jek is fully available in Singapore, will it expand to Malaysia too?

    Go-Jek is fully available in Singapore, will it expand to Malaysia too?

    Go-Jek has announced that it is now fully available in Singapore as part of their 500 million USD investment to expand their services across South-east Asia which includes countries such as Thailand, Vietnam and Philipines up next.

  • Always wondered how many calories are you eating? Just take a photo!

    Always wondered how many calories are you eating? Just take a photo!

    Ever wondered if you could analyze the food you’re about to eat, with just a snap of a photo? Well, Sony Mobile now offers a Meal Image Analysis software that’ll recognise the food and offer an in-depth analysis of it, including the calories intake.