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Grab partners Maybank to launch mobile wallet in Malaysia

South-East Asian ride-hailing firm Grab is teaming up with Malaysia’s biggest bank, Maybank, to drive adoption of its new mobile wallet. Having received an e-money license from Malaysia’s central bank late last year, Grab is set to roll out its GrabPay mobile wallet in beta in the next few weeks. To drive adoption, the firm…

Digi, CIMB launch mobile payment terminal for Malaysian businesses

Digi Telecommunications has teamed up with CIMB to roll out its wireless payments terminals where Malaysian businesses can accept credit and debit card payments. The devices will allow businesses to receive card-based payments for products and services without the need to be tethered to a physical phone line. The wireless payments terminals allow businesses to accept…

WeChat Pay starts supporting cards issued outside China

WeChat Pay has started allowing cards issued outside of China to be loaded into their platform, opening up access to international customers. The option will be available to expatriates living in China, as well as in “Greater China”, to residents from Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan, and will apply to cards issued by JCB, Mastercard and…

Grab And Transfer to Partner Up To Deliver Real-Time Digital Payments Across South-East Asia

TransferTo, a global Cross-Border Mobile Payments Network, has been chosen by Grab, the mobile ride-hailing and payments platform in South-East Asia, to enable real-time earnings payouts for Grab drivers using their GrabPay account, across Grab’s operating markets. For the first time, and as a result of this strategic partnership, Grab drivers can instantly collect their daily earnings with their…

E-Money License Granted: Grab Malaysia “Grabs” a Piece of the Payments Pie

Southeast Asia’s leading ride-hailing app Grab has obtained regulatory approval from Bank Negara Malaysia to launch its mobile payment service in Malaysia following it’s earlier approval from the Singaporean authorities. This move is mirrored by it’s Indonesian counterpart Go-Jek who is also making a foray into the payments market. GrabPay will be rolled out in…

Malaysia’s Wallet Wars Rages On: WeChat Pay Secures First Banking Partner

Following Tencent’s recent success in securing E-Money license from Bank Negara Malaysia, the company’s payments arm WeChat Pay has received the green light from Bank Negara Malaysia to partner up with Hong Leong Bank. Similar to Alipay’s game plan, WeChat Pay will also be initially focused on Chinese tourists visiting Malaysia to gain traction and…

MOLPay, iPay88 to introduce Digi’s vcash e-wallet as payment option

DIGI Telecommunications Sdn Bhd (Digi) has inked agreements to appoint online payment networks MOLPay and iPay88 as partners for its mobile payment service vcash.   Under this agreement, vcash will be made available as a payment option for merchants under MOLPay and iPay88’s online payment gateway networks, enabling customers to transact using vcash with thousands…