Touch ‘n Go eWallet Provides 1,000 Points, RM500 Vouchers to eMADANI Claimants

Touch ‘n Go eWallet Provides 1,000 Points, RM500 Vouchers to eMADANI Claimants

by December 4, 2023

TNG Digital, the operator of Touch ‘n Go eWallet, will offer up to RM100 million in GOrewards points and free merchant vouchers to each eligible eMADANI 2023 claimant. For every Ringgit spent, users will earn a 1% equivalent in rewards.

The eMADANI initiative, aimed at benefiting up to 10 million citizens including the B40 and M40 groups, will provide a one-time e-cash credit of RM100 to each eligible adult.

Eligible individuals claiming their eMADANI credit through Touch ‘n Go eWallet will receive 1,000 GOrewards points and over RM500 in free vouchers from over 60 prominent brands, including 7-Eleven, Watsons, and Tealive. These points can be redeemed for various rewards, including e-vouchers, lucky draws, and physical products.

The eMADANI credit is available to Malaysians aged 21 and above, earning below RM100,000 per annum, and who have not received past eBeliaRahmah credits.

The claim period runs from 4 December 2023 to 20 February 2024. Successful claimants will receive additional rewards from Touch ‘n Go eWallet, including 1,000 GOrewards points and vouchers for various services and products.

The credit is restricted to in-store purchases and must be used by 29 February 2024, as per the Ministry of Finance’s (MOF) criteria.

Malaysians will have to download the Touch ‘n Go eWallet app and complete their account verification to claim the rewards.

Besides Touch ‘n Go eWallet, those eligible have the option to choose three other e-wallet service providers namely Maybank’s MAE, Setel, ShopeePay.

Alan Ni

Alan Ni

Alan Ni, Chief Executive Officer of TNG Digital said,

“In support of the launch of eMADANI and aligned with our company’s objective of promoting financial inclusion, we have enabled the collection of GOrewards points at all DuitNow QR touchpoints nationwide.


We believe that this will benefit both users and merchants alike, encouraging user spending and fostering growth of the local economy. We hope our gesture will bring more year-end joy to our supportive users.”