Homegrown e-wallet app gets international boost

(From left) UnionPay International Co. Ltd Products Department director Shuan Ghaidan, Yang, Tiffin and Axiata Digital Services chief executive officer Mohd Khairil Abdullah at the MoU signing ceremony.

BOOST, Malaysia’s homegrown e-wallet app, has partnered with global payment brand UnionPay International (UPI) to expand its footprint in Malaysia and overseas.

Boost chief executive officer Christopher Tiffin said that the collaboration with UPI was part of its regional expansion plans.

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