Starting 31 July, TNG Digital Sdn Bhd (TNGD) has upgraded its online banking reload function for the Touch ‘n Go eWallet from FPX to DuitNow Transfer.
What does that mean for you as a user? In terms of how you use it, it won’t change all that much, especially if you’ve already used DuitNow Transfer.
But for TNGD, this upgrade from FPX to DuitNow will serve as an added security measure and reduce the risk of information being leaked by third-party providers.
In addition to being safer, DuitNow will also provide more features that are convenient for users such as the ability to save the Touch ‘n Go eWallet DuitNow account number as a favourite in your bank app/website, an option to set up automatic recurring transactions, and letting you reload as low as RM1 to your eWallet with no additional fees or charges.
If you’re a first-time user, then you will need to input your eWallet DuitNow account number into your bank app or website, choose your preferred reload amount, verify the transaction, and save the details for future transactions.
Touch ‘n Go is not the only eWallet in Malaysia. Check out our list of all the eWallets available in Malaysia that you can use.