GHL and BSN Partner to Offer 0% Installment Plan at Over 7,000 Merchants

GHL and BSN Partner to Offer 0% Installment Plan at Over 7,000 Merchants

by June 5, 2024

Payment solutions provider GHL Systems has introduced Bank Simpanan Nasional’s (BSN) 0% Instalment Payment Plan (EasyPay Plan) across more than 7,000 merchant terminals in Malaysia.

This initiative aims to enhance convenience and flexibility for in-store purchases.

Shoppers at GHL-powered offline stores now have access to the BSN EasyPay Plan, allowing them to spread their payments over up to 36 months without any interest using BSN credit cards.

This partnership integrates seamlessly with various banks’ instalment plans, providing more payment options at checkout.

By extending the EasyPay Plan through GHL’s network, BSN aims to increase its reach, offering consumers more choice and a smoother shopping experience.

Kevin Lee, CEO of Malaysia at GHL Systems Berhad

Kevin Lee

Kevin Lee, CEO of GHL Malaysia said,

“BSN’s EasyPay Plan caters to the needs of businesses of all scales, and enhances the merchants’ ability to attract new customers as well as enhance customer loyalty by providing greater flexibility and control over their payment options.

 

By aligning seamlessly with the consumers’ financial needs, we help to ensure that purchases are made affordable by minimizing financial barriers and allowing customers to budget their expenses efficiently.”

Mujibburrahman Abd Rashid

Mujibburrahman Abd Rashid

Mujibburrahman Abd Rashid, Chief Business Officer of BSN said,

“With the increase in consumer demand for flexible payments, our 0% EasyPay Plan with BSN Credit Cards will boost customer satisfaction by allowing them to enjoy more convenient payment options.

 

Together with GHL, we aim to deliver convenience and seamless customer experience.”

The announcement follows Japanese IT giant NTT DATA’s agreement to acquire 58.7% of GHL Systems for RM724 million, a move aimed at enhancing NTT DATA’s presence in the ASEAN region.

 

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