Malaysian Owned E-wallet app unveils Its Latest Features

Published by Amirul Sanusi @ 28/06/2018

Homegrown e-wallet app, Boost recently announced the new features on its app designed to serve all payments for Malaysians.  Boost also introduced the featured that will allow users to give back to society in the spirit of generosity through its latest donation functionalities including Tabung Harapan and Tabung BERSAMAMU (by Media Prima).

Boost is an e-wallet application with over 25 million users comprising online and offline merchants located over 25,000 merchant touchpoints. The new features will allow users to pay parking through its app for most major streets around Klang Valley and pay for utility bills with partners such as Telekom Malaysia, Astro, Syabas and many more.

Users are now able to enjoy instant rewards after each payments as well as auto-reminders. In conjunction with Raya season, everyone can experience the convenient way to send duit raya to loved ones and able have some Raya fun with Bosst’s Duit Raya Challenge. These new features compliment the current services of buying prepaid top ups and digital vouchers, gifting, free money transfers, top up for others and even “Go Dutch” with its modern split bills feature.

“Boost has pledge to donate RM1 to Tabung Harapan which will run until the end of Raya. As a leading homegrown e-wallet we felt it was important for us to facilitate and be an integral part of giving back through #DoGoodWithBoost. We hope to further our working relationship with our partners and continue our efforts in contributing to causes that we and our users believe in,” expressed Christopher Tiffin, CEO of Boost.

Keeping up with current happenings, Boost also introduced “Boost Cup 2018” to celebrate together the excitement of 2018 FIFA World Cup which users can Watch, Play & Win all through Boost. The users can guess the winner of each match and at the end of the competition, one lucky winner will walk away with RM90, 000 cash prizes in their Boost Wallet. 

Bosst App presentation by Christopher Tiffin, CEO of Boost

Photo Op session with media.