Mobile prepaid users can now get RM10 for RM10 cards from next year but calls, messages and data will be charged GST upon usage.
The GST rollout last month has put many Malaysians on a fairly bumpy ride. We look at some of the hiccups that we went through since its implementation and the steps that have been taken to address them.
A wiser spending trend among consumers in Malaysia has emerged since the implementation of the Goods and Services Tax (GST).
The Customs Department and the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) are at odds over reverting prepaid reloads to pre GST rates.
Prices of 99 items in Peninsular Malaysia, 145 items in Sabah and 102 items in Sarawak have been reduced upon the implementation of GST.
The Ministry of Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism has targeted 100 companies, to join its price reduction campaign this year.
With GST, will parents with school-going kids (especially to private and international schools) be further burdened down financially?
Check out these GST-free restaurants in the Klang Valley, and keep those greens in your wallet!
Consumers are urged to lodge complaints against traders who suddenly increase prices following the implementation of GST.
Still confused about GST. You are not alone. Here are 5 common misunderstandings that you may have about GST and why you need to know the answers now!