Goodies for Visa cardholders


Signed and sealed: Lam (left) and Ng announcing the collaboration between dimsum and Visa in Petaling Jaya.

PETALING JAYA: There is good news for Visa credit and debit cardholders, as they can enjoy up to 30% discount for their subscription to video-streaming service dimsum.

Thanks to a partnership between dimsum and Visa, cardholders will pay lower prices to enjoy access to the best Asian dramas and entertainment shows.

Visa cardholders with annual subscription will enjoy 30% off with the promo code VISA30DS.

Those with monthly subscription will enjoy 25% off with the promo code VISA25DS.

To enjoy the offer, users must sign up or log in to www.dimsum.asia through web browsers and key in the promo code for their preferred subscription plan.

First time dimsum subscribers will also enjoy a month of free access.

Dimsum chief marketing officer Lam Swee Kim said dimsum was delighted to be partnering with one of the world’s leading payment technology providers.

“With these discounts on our monthly and annual subscriptions, it reaffirms our commitment to provide seamless and instantaneous payment options for subscribers through a secure and reliable digital payment, ” she said.

Visa Malaysia country manager Ng Kong Boon said they were pleased to collaborate with dimsum in providing rewards to their cardholders in Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei.

“We constantly work with local merchant partners to provide the best rewards and offers to Visa cardholders, ” he said.

Dimsum users will be able to watch a variety of Asian content, such as hit Thail medical romance comedy My Ambulance, Korean show The More You Eat with Don Spike and Taiwan’s The Fearless.

The streaming service is available in Malaysia, Brunei and Singapore via web, mobile and TV applications.

For more information, visit dimsum.asia, dimsum official Facebook page at facebook.com/dimsum.asia or its Instagram account at @dimsum.asia.

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