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.
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?
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!
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
Wallex might possibly be better than M1 Remit – but you’ll need to have your fee lowered for it to be even more competitive!
Looking for the best rates for transferring money from Singapore to Malaysia? It’s probably going to be with M1 Remit.