While many are sceptical of China’s payment medel being duplicated in other markets, the vice president of Tencent International believes it will happen in time.
Homegrown e-wallet’s strategy involves partnering with strong brands by offering more convenience and a richer customer experience.
The payment option will be made available in the first half of this year.
Expect to hear much more on these subjects in 2019.
Fourteen banks in Malaysia now offer the service.
Presto Wallet Presto will be the first in Malaysia to enable such a facility.
Introduces myNEWS Malaysia App for a more rewarding, cashless shopping experience.
Asia is at the forefront of the digital payment evolution, but challenges still remain.
Able to integrate and accept all cards and e-payment transactions in a single device.
Investors include Sequoia India, SIG Asia Investment and Venturra Capital with Fave claiming to be among SEA's fastest growing internet companies.