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.
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!
Looking for the best rates for transferring money from Singapore to Malaysia? It’s probably going to be with M1 Remit.