This is such an exciting time for consumers. I do believe that digital banks and payment heavyweights have the ability to change how society consumes financial services, and incumbents who are very strong will not be sitting still. I believe the consumer is going to win big, and that is good for everyone." - Effendy (Photo by Sam Fong/The Edge)
Touch ‘n Go Group has introduced a new premium tier to its Touch ‘n Go eWallet users, offering benefits such as an increased eWallet size of RM20,000 and an increased annual transaction limit of RM300,000.
Touch ‘n Go Group (TnG) announced its partnership with the Ministry of Finance (MoF) and Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) to drive Budget 2021 initiatives via the Go-eCommerce Onboarding and Shop Malaysia Online (SMO) campaigns
The Touch ‘n Go Group via TNG eWallet has been selected to participate in eBelia, an initiative introduced by the Finance Ministry to promote cashless spending on the youths’ essential and study needs while lightening their burden, as well as encouraging businesses to accept cashless transactions.
PETALING JAYA: With Hari Raya Aidilfitri spent under the movement control order, some companies went the extra mile to bring cheer to staff members on duty.
Touch ‘n Go Sdn Bhd brought some cheer to their colleagues working at the company’s call centre by dropping off some festive goodies.
Given the smartphone-intensive lifestyles that most of us tend to lead, how often have you taken a traditional taxi in recent years? Malaysian taxi drivers have struggled in terms of public perception. So, to that end, TNG Digital aims to create a transformative mobility ecosystem for the industry.