Since there are more of us relying on our home Wi-Fi while working from home, Yes will be offering more data from as low as RM15/month. Other than that, the affordable Xiaomi Mi Watch Lite that can last up to one week in a single charge is officially here in Malaysia.
Xiaomi Mi Watch Lite Malaysia
Xiaomi has officially launched the Xiaomi Mi Watch Lite here in Malaysia. This smartwatch is officially priced at RM249. But if you want to get it for a cheaper price, this device here can be yours for less than RM200 for one day only. Click here to find out more.
Touch ‘n Go eWallet now lets you pay for Petaling Jaya and Shah Alam street parking
Touch ‘n Go has announced that its eWallet now supports street parking payment in Shah Alam and Petaling Jaya. This allows you to pay for Shah Alam and Petaling Jaya council parking directly from your smartphone. Details here.
ShopeePay now supports DuitNow QR, Malaysia’s unified QR code
Shopee Malaysia has announced that Shopee Pay eWallet now supports DuitNow QR. It added that they are the first eCommerce platform to support the national QR standard that’s managed by PayNet. Details here.
Yes Kasi Up: 100GB postpaid for RM49/month, 10GB prepaid for RM15/month
Yes has recently introduced their new plans and it is quite worth it I’ll say. As Malaysians demand more data for Work from Home or Learn from Home,Yes is offering more data from as low as RM15/month. The new offering is called Kasi Up and it’s described as YTL Communications’ attempt to boost Malaysians during the current pandemic. Find out more here.