The American technology company is a partner of Standard Chartered Malaysia, Ambank and Maybank.
Apple announced that it has entered into a new mobile payment partnership with Maybank, Standard Chartered Malaysia and Ambank to offer digital wallet services to its customers in Malaysia.
Credit card holders of these three major banks will be able to use them after 2022.
“Customers with Visa and MasterCard cards from banks such as MBank, MayBank and Standard Chartered Bank can now use Apple Pay, including American Express cards,” said a statement posted on Apple’s website earlier this week. can.” It will be available with Apple Pay later this year.”
KFC, Maxis, Machines, McDonald’s, Mydin, Pizza Hut, Starbucks, U Mobile, Uniqlo, Village Grocer and Watsons – as well as apps and websites such as Shopee, Sephora, Atome and Adidas – now allow customers to pay with Apple Pay Jennifer Bailey, vice president of Apple Pay and Apple Wallet at Apple, added that the company is excited to bring a mobile payment application to the country and provide consumers with a secure, convenient way to make payments from your Apple Watch, iPhone, and iPad. And happy to offer a more secure option.iPad or Mac.
Apple device users can use their devices for mobile payment transactions using Apple Pay.
“Our customers in Malaysia will benefit from using Apple Pay for their customers’ favorite banks, merchants and apps,” said Bailey.
Malaysian users can now link a payment card issued by any of the above three banks to their Apple Wallet. From there, they simply need to place their active iPhones or Apple Watch on the contactless terminal while shopping. Transactions are authenticated with TouchID or FaceID.
“When making purchases in Safari, users can use Apple Pay without creating an account, entering a PIN, filling out lengthy forms, or repeatedly entering shipping and billing information. Every Apple Pay purchase uses Face ID. is, authenticated with Touch ID or device passcode, and a one-time dynamic security code,” reads an official statement on the availability and use of Apple Mobile Payment in the Malaysian market.