Grab has revealed that it has increased its GrabPay minimum top-up amount via Online Banking (FPX) to RM50. This new change will reflect on the service starting from 31 July 2020.
According to the company, this new minimum top-up amount aims to allow users to have a faster experience when making cashless payments. Furthermore, this would also enable them to recharge their GrabPay eWallets less frequently when using the service.
As previously mentioned, this new change will only apply for FPX-based top-ups. Those who wish to recharge their eWallets in smaller amounts can still opt to use their credit or debit cards, or even Maybank2u for a minimum amount of RM20.
Additionally, Grab also stated that GrabPay now has a wider nationwide acceptance across more categories including all major grocery stores, eCommerce sites, restaurants and so on. These range from brands such as 99 Speedmart, Aeon Big, MyNews, Tesco, Caring Pharmacy, Senheng, A&W, KFC, Nandos, and much more.
(Source: Grab news update via mobile app)