Merdeka movement for cashless payment


GET ready to go completely cashless in transactions courtesy of Touch ‘n Go eWallet.

The movement features #lebihselamat, #banyakmeriah and #ekstrapatriotik giveaways ranging from TNG RFID Tags, reload pins, game console, vouchers and staycations nationwide worth over RM10,000.

Safety and hygiene aspects are often cited as reasons for going cashless in the new normal.

Kick-starting this unique movement is the Merdeka from Cash video featuring four tech-savvy senior Malaysians encouraging the rakyat to share their stories on Touch ‘n Go eWallet’s social media channels.

A total of 63 most creative stories will be featured and selected participants will walk away with #banyakmeriah prizes.

“As we approach our 63rd National Day, I’m truly proud to see how Malaysians regardless of age are freeing themselves from the hassle of physical cash by adopting the Touch ‘n Go eWallet. We are embracing e-commerce to the extent that Malaysia has become a nation with the highest e-wallet adoption rate in South-East Asia.

“We have seen an increase in our user base from 11 million to 14 million and that is a nod to the fact that we are moving towards a fully digitised economy together,” said TNG Digital Sdn Bhd chief executive officer Ignatius Ong.

Touch ‘n Go eWallet has also recently enabled credit card and rewards points to be redeemed as e-wallet credits.

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