Malaysians have been blessed with a plethora of options for payments via eWallet. Which one is the best?
soCash are expanding beyond Singapore, and they’re now in Malaysia and Indonesia. Here, I speak a little bit about my experience using soCash in Malaysia
Public Bank Malaysia offer some really attractive, arguably, no brainer installment plans.
A cryptocurrency powered-Visa Card. Well, at least that’s what it seems like it is. A plethora of benefits which could very well rival some of the more traditional banking products in the market. Here’s my review of this, and how/why I think there could be value for you.
TransferWise are one of the most comprehensive cross-border money transfer platforms. They offer a huge breadth of products and currency pairs, all while offering a fantastic user experience.
Should you take out a car loan or pay cash? if you do not invest, yes. If you do invest, it depends – but probably not.
I set off on a journey to figure out how to get access to the Hong Kong $10,000 government handout as a Hong Kong Permanent Resident who is currently overseas and without an active Hong Kong Bank Account. Here are my findings and tips!
Yoodo, Unifi, Circles.Life, GridMobile, redONE – these are some fantastic telco choices that you should consider for your needs
Having a phone capable of using two SIMs at the same time is quite useful from a money saving perspective!
The Setel app is actually a pretty nice, fluid user experience, and they’re also giving away RM5 for free! Here’s a review of the app itself – but in summary, it’s a nice app, but not worth it for anything other than the promotion they’re offering!