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.
Yoodo, Unifi, Circles.Life, GridMobile, redONE – these are some fantastic telco choices that you should consider for your needs
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!
Unifi has really poor data reception, but it’s probably the cheapest way to maintain a Malaysian number (even cheaper than Yoodo) while being able to receive SMS from overseas.
You can maintain a Malaysian number for RM12/year with Yoodo, which is probably the cheapest you can get.
Yoodo are a customisable/flexible telco that offer plans from as low as RM3/mth. Just how good is Yoodo’s value proposition, when considering price, quality of service and versatility?
redone’s $8/mth plan is probably the perfect plan for many Malaysians living in Singapore, as at October 2019
Wallex might possibly be better than M1 Remit – but you’ll need to have your fee lowered for it to be even more competitive!