RHB introduces Apple Pay support, offers up to RM30 cashback until July 31


Apple Pay was originally launched in Malaysia in August 2022. — Photo by naipo.de on Unsplash

RHB Bank Bhd has introduced support for Apple Pay, a mobile payment service available to those who use Apple devices such as the iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Mac.

With this integration, RHB and RHB Islamic customers can add their banking cards to their device of choice to make offline payments via the built-in NFC, or online with retailers that accept Apple Pay.

Do note that users will need a compatible Apple device with either Face ID or Touch ID to use the payment service. Users can identify whether their device meets these requirements on the Apple website.

The bank is also currently holding a cashback campaign until July 31, where customers are eligible for up to RM30 cashback when they use Apple Pay with an RHB card three times, with a minimum purchase of RM50 in each transaction.

RHB customers can check out the bank’s terms and conditions page on its website for more information about the campaign.

Apple Pay was originally launched in Malaysia in August 2022 and supported by only three local banks at the time: Maybank, AmBank and Standard Chartered.

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