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A brand new rewards app called Z-City has been introduced to the market that focuses on collecting rebates and provides users the ability to rack up savings over the course of time.

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As Malaysia moves into the smart cashless payment society through the help of digital transformation, the sudden changes in purchasing power, trends, and habits thanks to COVID-19 have made Malaysians think twice when making a purchase in order to get the max value of their purchase. This is where Z-City comes into play with its services and features.

The app basically is created to provide instant rebates and cashback when users use the service to make a cashless payment in 1 of the 2000+ participating merchant’s stores thanks to the shared integration of e-wallet services like Touch’n Go, Boost, GrabPay, FPX in addition to the standard credit/debit card format. Aside from paying for something, you may also use Z-City to make multiple bill payments at once and access e-vouchers at the moment with additional portals such as PTPTN loans, tax filing, and more coming in next year.

On top of everything else that relates to getting the best deals and saving a couple of bucks here and there, Z-City also provides the gateway for easy access to donation and charity drives starting with a collaboration with local activist Kuan Chee Heng or better known as Uncle Kentang where donations contributed to the cause run by the Kentang Charity NGO are to be directly credited with no additional fees. You give RM100, they get RM100. Simple and straightforward.

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The ZCITY mobile application can be downloaded through the Google Play Store, Apple App Store, and Huawei App Gallery. As the reviews are balanced with all sorts of good and bad comments, we’ll let you be the judge of whether the app is worth using.

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