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.
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!
The GrabPay Mastercard has been around since June 2019. Opportunities have come and gone, but they have not all evaporated. It is still one of the most useful cards in the market.
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.
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?
soCash have taken quite a number of steps back – they don’t accept PayLah anymore and they no longer give a consistent cash rebate!
redone’s $8/mth plan is probably the perfect plan for many Malaysians living in Singapore, as at October 2019
GrabRewards revamped. And there’s nothing too negative about it, but nothing too positive either.
[Malaysia] BigPay – Free RM10 with referral, waiver international transaction fees, earn a small amount of points on expenditure and top up your card with a Credit Card!