Minimum top up for GrabPay now RM50


Grab has increased the minimum top up amount through online banking to RM50, up from RM20 previously. — Reuters

Those reloading their GrabPay e-wallet via online banking will now have to top up a minimum of RM50.

Grab is now putting into practice its earlier announcement about the increased top up via online banking (FPX), up from an RM20 minimum top up.

The company explained that this change was implemented so users would not need to top up so often.

This in turn was to give users a faster experience when making cashless payments on a daily basis, with higher transaction values now possible.

Top ups using credit cards still have a minimum RM20 requirement, while those using auto top up can also set the minimum amount as RM20.

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