Mobile payment firms are fighting over where consumers will have the RM30 from the e-Tunai Rakyat scheme deposited.
Since early this morning, all three firms involved in the scheme have unveiled a slew of incentives to draw in new registrations.
This is a summary of the offers, in no particular order:
The e-Tunai Rakyat scheme was announced by the federal government as part of Budget 2020.
To qualify for the RM30 incentive, the person signing up must have an annual income of less than RM100,000 in 2018.
The RM30 must be used up before March 14 or it will be forfeited.
Boost is owned by Axiata Digital Sdn Bhd while Touch 'n Go is owned by Touch 'n Go Sdn Bhd.
GrabPay is a subsidiary of Singapore's Grab Holdings.