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About this app

MPay WALET is a Malaysian homegrown eWallet that you can use to pay for retail and services, transfer funds quickly, and top up cash easily with a single dedicated app. We’ve redesigned MPay WALET to give users a better in-app experience and transaction flow.

Add funds to your MPay WALET eWallet easily via online banking (any FPX supported bank account) or through physical top ups (only available at Public Bank CDM in Malaysia) to reload your eWallet.

Pay using MPay WALET for your favourite, food, mobile top-ups, bills and more through your own unique QR code.

Send and receive funds with a few easy steps. Simply key-in a phone number to instantly transfer money to other MPay WALET users.

No more reloading with long PIN numbers, just top up your Hotlink, Digi, Celcom, U Mobile, Altel, Tune Talk, XOX, YES, RedONE, and more, straight from MPay WALET. International reloads are also available for more than 150+ countries.

Send your parcel without having to leave your home or office. If you've got a package that's ready to be delivered, all you need to do is log on to ParcelPay, select a destination and let ParcelPay handle the rest.

Discover the best of authentic Malaysian brands and products on BuyMalaysia. Link your MPay WALET account with BuyMalaysia for easy access to your cart and order history. Enjoy exclusive deals and promotions for MPay WALET users!

Settle utility bills like water and electricity straight from your eWallet!
• Assessment
• Broadcasting
• Internet Service Provider
• Telecommunication
• Utilities

Bye-bye bulky wallets! Add your MPay Mastercard Prepaid card, MPay Mastercard Virtual Card, or even your Bank Cards into MPay WALET. View recent transactions and have all your cards neatly in one app.

A revolutionary way of investing, to allow to users to earn much higher interest than your normal bank account, up to 18% p.a. interest! Check out our P2P Financing platform QuicKash Malaysia, which regulated by Suruhanjaya Sekuriti. Happy investing!

KPKT licensed operator offering personal loans up to RM50,000 with fixed monthly repayments. Check out MPay’s short term loan offering with QuicKredit.

MPay’s reliable environment for online transactions keeps your personal and financial information secure and encrypted. Every transaction can only be authorised by you with your 6-digit PIN.

Learn more at www.walet.my
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Updated on
Aug 22, 2023

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
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No data collected
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Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted

Ratings and reviews

612 reviews
April 3, 2024
App works on my phone.... Balance does not update immediately, had a few times I tapped my card only to get a response that I don't have enough money.. Had to use clunky FPX to top back up at the counter while people are waiting in queue.... But I still use it though.. Just tolerate it for extra security of not having to use my actual bank card. I recommended to my friend, bought 2 cards but the app fails on her phone, it keeps crashing lol... She's using Android.
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A Google user
November 14, 2018
Been explored few E-wallets in the market. Below are my few comments for this: 1) Too much charges (top up credit charge, get virtual card charge, get physical debit card charge, and still have annual fee for it) 2) only allow FPX top up and will charge you for each transaction. 3) Apps interface need improvement 4) It linked to too many different platform. Mpay >wallet.my> Kash . It is so confusing and without a standard platform to get all the details. 5) Able to add credit card but not able to use it as a top up source. Yet have to top up(FPX) into their own debit or virtual card. Doesn't make any sense. This idea of this E-wallet wanted to do something great but it missed out the most basic things. It makes everything so confusing and complicated. *I am not working under any Wallet related company, just a normal user and share my experience.
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A Google user
July 27, 2019
A lot function looks like halfway done. I've known that MP@Y KA$H prepaid card is already been in the market so long. I'm not sure about the app, but ti have FPX as an only option to topup with RM1 charge is something that lose people interest to use as there's other ewallet application which does not charge for topup and can use credit card as an options for topup.
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What's new

Bugs fixed for better user experience