Public Bank Malaysia offer some really attractive, arguably, no brainer installment plans.
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.
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!
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.
soCash have brought their cash incentives back. Lower quantity, but increased quality!
Grid Mobile offers really good value with 40GB and 200 minutes of calls per month for $25/mth. To sweeten the deal for Malaysians in Singapore, they include 1GB/mth of Malaysian data. Perfect for short monthly trips!