In support of the Government’s Short Term National Economic Recovery Plan (PENJANA), MyGroser, in partnership with Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) is extending its e-commerce offerings to the Penjana Shop Malaysia Online initiative and Penjana Micro & SME E-commerce campaign. The nation’s leading independent online grocery service is offering over MYR1,000,000 in discounts and vouchers to consumers and at the same time supporting Malaysian SMEs in terms of listing, delivery, and marketing their products online.
Through the Government’s ePenjana initiative, eligible Malaysians can claim MYR50 free e-wallet credit from participating e-wallet providers namely Touch ‘n Go eWallet, Grab, and Boost. The redemption period starts today, 31 July 2020 until 24 September 2020. Here is how you can redeem your free credit from the current largest e-wallet provider in Malaysia—Touch ‘n Go eWallet.
The Government’s ePenjana initiative officially gets underway today, with the three leading e-wallet providers in the country handpicked to distribute the free MYR50 e-wallet credit to eligible Malaysians. The redemption period starts today, 31 July 2020 and continues until 24 September 2020. Here is how to redeem your free credit from Boost.
Starting today, 31 July 2020, eligible Malaysians can claim MYR50 free e-wallet credit from the Government’s ePenjana initiative. Participating e-wallet providers include the usual suspects–GrabPay, Touch ‘n Go eWallet, and Boost. These e-wallet providers are also throwing in extra MYR50 worth of vouchers, cashbacks, and rewards. Here is how you can redeem your free credit from GrabPay.
The nation’s major telecommunication companies—Celcom, Digi, Maxis, U Mobile, and Telekom Malaysia (through unifi Mobile) are extending access to the daily free 1GB “Productivity Internet” offer to 24 hours. Previously, the access to the daily free data was limited to between 8AM and 6PM. The extended hours will be effective from July 2020 until 31 December 2020.
It is undeniable that the global COVID-19 pandemic and various movement control implementations have deeply impacted our lifestyles and livelihoods. On the flip side, it has accelerated the adoption of digital platforms and increased the importance of the digital economy. We have witnessed a dramatic paradigm shift with businesses adopting digital payments and services; likewise, consumers’ acceptance and usage of cashless payment platforms such as e-wallets.
Proton announces lower prices of its vehicles across the board following the government’s sales tax exemption of vehicles, as part of the Penjana Economic Recovery Plan. The sales tax exemption is effective from 15 June 2020 until 31 December 2020.
ePenjana, an initiative introduced by the government as part of its short-term Penjana Economic Recovery Plan, aims to boost consumer spending and spur the adoption of digital payments. Eligible Malaysians will receive MYR50 worth of e-wallet credit as well as an additional MYR50 worth of discounts and cashback. Unlike e-Tunai Rakyat by the previous administration though, this comes with a caveat.