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Touch ‘n Go Now Available on Foodpanda Malaysia



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The gross merchandise value (GMV) of food deliveries in Southeast Asia is continuously increasing, with a projected reach of $49.7 billion by 2030 according to a recent report by Frost & Sullivan. This has encouraged the region to invest in the improvement and development of food delivery systems. In line with this, Foodpanda Malaysia has strengthened its partnership with Alipay+ to provide customers with improved payment options.

Delivery Rider

Foodpanda Malaysia CEO, Sayantan Das, has stated that the company’s aim is to continuously improve customer experience every time they make an order, hence the addition of cashless payment options. With this partnership, Foodpanda users can now use Touch ‘n Go, one of the top e-wallets in the country with over 18 million users, to pay for their food and grocery orders. Touch ‘n Go is founded by Ant Group, which also founded Alipay+.

In addition to cashless payments, the e-wallet also offers discounts and vouchers when ordering through Foodpanda. This is similar to Alipay+ Rewards, a marketing platform that provides customers with exclusive deals and promotions.

Jing Yin, General Manager of Acquiring Service and Global Strategic Accounts of Ant Group, has stated that Alipay+ still aims to expand its reach and target over a billion global consumers to have access to seamless digital payment systems. This expansion can also benefit Foodpanda as one of its partners.

Phone and wallet

Alipay+ is already partnered with e-wallets such as GCash in the Philippines, AlipayHK in Hong Kong, TrueMoney in Thailand, and bKash in Bangladesh, all of which are available on the Foodpanda platform within the respective regions.

This partnership between Foodpanda and Alipay+ is a significant step towards improving the food delivery experience for customers in Southeast Asia and provides an easy and secure payment system.

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