TNG Digital introduces Malaysia's first in-app Visa exchange rate calculator


TNG Digital Sdn Bhd chief executive officer Alan Ni

KUALA LUMPUR: TNG Digital Sdn Bhd has introduced a new foreign exchange rate calculator on TNG eWallet, giving Malaysian travellers with Touch 'n Go eWallet Visa cards the ability to track and manage currency rates for international transactions.

In a statement, the fintech company said the exchange rate calculator for Touch ‘n Go eWallet Visa card is a game-changer for overseas travellers as it is the first-of-its-kind feature for card payments in Malaysia.

It added that users can also enjoy the convenience of saving up to five favourite currencies, empowering them to proactively manage their travel expenses at a glance.

“With more than 50% of Malaysians using TNG eWallet, we are committed to fostering seamless cashless travel experiences, so our valued users are able to spend globally like a local,” CEO Alan Ni said.

“Through the exchange rate calculator for Touch ‘n Go eWallet, we empower our users to become savvy travellers by equipping them with the tools to manage their travel expenses and make informed decisions effortlessly.

“Gone are the days of unexpected financial shocks post-trip; with the exchange rate calculator, travellers can now check the exchange rate before making any overseas purchase, guaranteeing a smoother, more transparent journey every time. This initiative aligns with our commitment to advancing financial inclusion through accessible and convenient financial solutions via the TNG eWallet,” he added.

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