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Updated 13 November 2017 Grab and Uber are the two competing ride-hailing companies in Malaysia. You can take advantage of their competition as they offer various different discount codes to encourage you to use their services.
Everyone can now breathe a sigh of relief as the Cabinet has given the Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) the go-ahead to regulate Uber and Grab ride-sharing services. In the latest Budget 2017, the government also encouraged Malaysians to participate as Uber drivers to improve their income.
Apple recently announced their latest Apple iPhones for the year of 2018, the iPhone XS, XS Max, and a more “budget-friendly” (not really) iPhone XR. The new iPhone will come with the usual “S” upgrades, with better processors, a better display, a better camera – all the upgrades. I don’t think you should buy one […]
Updated On March 12 2018 If you are a frequent flyer, an airline loyalty program can be a great way to save money on your flight trips. One of those programs is the AirAsia BIG loyalty program. By collecting AirAsia BIG points you can get discounts on future flights, priority on AirAsia sales and exclusive […]
Updated March 11, 2018 The Standard Chartered JustOne Platinum Mastercard offers a tiered cashback rate from 5% up to a max of 15% on autobill, online shopping and petrol spend. The Hong Leong WISE Gold Card come with a fixed cashback rate of 10% on a total of 10 retail categories but you can only […]
In case you haven’t noticed, there is a new marketing tactic in town and it is called social influence. Riding on the digital wave that is sweeping across ASEAN and our economy, social influencers are mushrooming across marketing channels with the emergence of YouTube personalities such as JinnyBoy and social celebrities like Cheesis, a famous […]
Applying for a credit card is not difficult. However, before applying for a credit card, you need to understand the features and type of credit cards in the market to suit your personal financing needs. We will guide you on how to apply for a credit card through different channels and the standard procedures involved. […]
Commuting is a big part of our daily life for all Malaysians, whether you’re a student, a housewife, an executive, and even if you are a retiree.
Updated on Aug 4th, 2017 Want to cut the costs of your daily KL commute? The hikes in parking rates, car prices, fuel and even public transportation are making life increasingly harder for normal executives working in the city these days. That’s why it is important for you to learn more about the best options […]
Setakat September 2016, sebanyak 22,581 kes muflis telah direkodkan oleh Jabatan Inolvensi Malaysia yang melibatkan rakyat Malaysia berusia 25-34 tahun. Angka tersebut sangat membimbangkan kerana semakin ramai dibawah usia 35 tahun diisytiharkan muflis.
If you are looking to increase your car insurance cover, you can choose to get a car insurance add-on. Car insurance add-ons in Malaysia extend your basic car insurance to provide cover against additional risks, such as windshield damage or theft of accessories. In Malaysia, there are a few different car insurance add-ons that you […]
Simple answer, yes. At the very least, you must buy and renew a third party car insurance on an annual basis in order to get and renew your road tax for your vehicle. However, there is additional coverage available based on your preferences such as windshield and flood coverage.
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As doubtful as you may be with the headline for this article, moving around in our cities including KL, Penang, and Johor Bahru may not require you to own a car anymore. Millennials in Malaysia may not realise this, but owning a car is no longer seen as a trend anymore. The same applies to […]
The growing technology scene in Southeast Asia, especially Malaysia, has brought many millennials to fame after delivering astonishing performances from their wild ideas. By maximizing the growing digital community in the country, these Malaysians are currently making millions of Ringgit from their tech business.