Jun 30, 2018

GrabPay now available in Malaysia

GrabPay, a safe, convenient and flexible mobile wallet is now here in Malaysia...and so Malaysians can now pay both for services on the Grab app and in stores and restaurants using their Grab App... 

The launch which was done at EX8 was simple but pretty cool as each media or guest who were present were given some credits to spent at some pop up"stores" there from TedBoy, TeaLive and also KGB Burger...

GrabPay is gonna be super convenient to use and is partnered with big local companies such as Maybank, KLIA Ekspres and merchants such as Tealive, ensuring GrabPay is not only accepted nationwide in eight cities, but can also be used for a variety of services...

Managing director of GrabPay Malaysia, Singapore and the Philippines, Ooi Huey Tyng, shared that these partnerships drive adoption of a more cashless culture. A key partnership announced recently with Maybank, for example, will allow consumers in the future to use GrabPay Credits not only at GrabPay merchants but also at Maybank’s nationwide network of QR-enabled merchants.


Through this partnership, consumers will soon also have the added convenience of directly topping-up cash to their mobile wallet via Maybank2U, Maybank’s internet banking portal. Maybank customers who use GrabPay as a payment method for rides and other services on Grab will enjoy exclusive benefits and rewards.
Another partner added to the Grab ecosystem is the KLIA Ekspres. As the first mobile wallet KLIA Ekspres is partnering with, effective mid-july, commuters at KLIA, KLIA2 and KL Sentral can use GrabPay Credits to pay for their rides and enjoy an exclusive limited time offer promotion.


The new GrabPay – which previously only accepted debit or credit cards – comes enhanced with a mobile wallet. Consumers can now top-up and spend money or ‘GrabPay credits’ from the Grab app. Consumers can use their Grab app to pay for Grab’s services such as GrabFood and rides, but also at merchants or partners with the GrabPay QR code. Moreover, consumers can also transfer money directly to each other conveniently via the app with just a few simple taps.
Did you know that cash handling and services also cost more than a billion a year to the banking industry.


Effectively today, GrabPay is now accepted in more than 500 famous food and beverage merchants spanning eight major cities nationwide, namely Klang Valley, Penang, Johor Bahru, Ipoh, Melaka, Kota Kinabalu, Kuching and Kuantan.


Targeted to double in the coming months, these restaurants range from famous chains such as Tealive and TeoChew Chendul which have outlets across the country to local city favourites such as Devi’s Corner, KGB Burgers and TedBoy Bakery (Klang Valley), China House (Penang), Burps & Giggles (Ipoh), Kopi Ping (Kota Kinabalu)  Big Bowl Ice (Melaka) and Coffee Gallery (Kuantan).

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