With the rise in popularity of blockchain technology, it becomes crucial that people get a head start in finding the best way to use this relatively new technology. When it comes to that, not many understand this need better than Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB).
When it comes to making contactless payments, Visa payWave is the most convenient option for consumers today. Despite some misconceptions about contactless payments, Visa payWave is actually a lot safer than you think and here are three things that you need to know.
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Want to pay less for a Samsung Galaxy smartphone without being tied to a telco contract? Senheng and senQ have got an offer just for you. If you purchase the one of the stated devices on a 12-month instalment plan, you can enjoy up to RM334 off from the retail price. That means if you are planning to get a Galaxy S9+ 128GB, you can get it for less than RM3,700 now.
That’s not all, the Samsung Galaxy smartphones offer is also applicable to the Galaxy Note8, Galaxy S8+ and Galaxy A8+. Read on to find out more.
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Whether it is dining or shopping, paying by cash can be inconvenient. If you don’t have enough cash, you’ll need to find an ATM and it gets worse if there’s a long queue. If the cash is too large, some cashiers might be reluctant to accept your money.
Why fumble with cash and coins when you can go cashless with Visa payWave? It’s easy and secure, saving you time to focus on things that matter the most.
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The latest and greatest smartphones are getting more expensive these days. Flagship smartphones used to cost around RM2,000 a few years ago but now they could go more than RM4,000 for the top spec model. It doesn’t make sense to spend so much money on a phone that you’re likely to replace every two or three years.
What if there’s a phone that could deliver your most wanted flagship features at a more sensible price? It’s time to get acquainted with the Redmi Note 5 that’s coming to Malaysia very soon.
Here’s your chance to enjoy a special deal on a brand new smartphone. With Digi biGBonus 4G Phone bundle, you can enjoy awesome discounts and big data with no strings attached.
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The latest Galaxy S9 and S9+ from Samsung are heading for Malaysia very soon and here’s your chance to be among the first in the country to get it. Both smartphones are available for pre-orders starting this Thursday, 1 March and if you’re looking for the best deals, here’s why Senheng and senQ should be your top choice to get it.
If you hate your current mobile plan, there’s a new player in town. Yoodo is Malaysia’s first fully customisable mobile plan that finally puts the freedom of choice at your fingertips. It’s also fully digital, allowing you to take full control of your plan at any time through an app.
Is Yoodo the plan for you? Here are 7 reasons why you should make the switch.
You’ve seen smartphones touting water resistance, splash resistance and all the other fancy buzzwords that are used to convey one basic message: Your smartphone should survive an unfortunate meeting with water.
But how important is that? Also, what’s the difference between water resistance and plain splash resistance? And, what’s that peculiar code that’s sometimes next to a manufacturers water resistant rating and sometimes not? Well, here’s where you can get your answers
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Dual-camera technology is no longer limited to flagship smartphones. It’s now even more accessible on mid-range devices which have gotten better over the years. For less than RM1,000, the top two contenders are the Moto G5S Plus and the Xiaomi Mi A1.
While both are quite similar in specs, the twin camera setup is quite different. Read on to learn more about the Moto G5S Plus’ camera features.