GHL Enables GrabPay E-Wallet Acceptance Across Shell Petrol Stations Nationwide
Payments firm GHL Systems has now enabled GrabPay e-wallet acceptance at Shell petrol stations nationwide in Malaysia in a bid to further expand its cashless offerings.
As Grab evolves to become an app that addresses the daily needs of its users, its e-wallet can be used to pay for a multitude of services; ranging from transportation, food delivery, goods delivery, bill payments, offline payments and and now to include offline payment across Shell stations nationwide.
Sean S. Hesh, Group CEO of GHL Systems said,
“With an ever increasing adoption of e-wallet among Malaysians, it only makes perfect sense to provide the corresponding infrastructure to accommodate the demand of convenience of consumers and we are of course ecstatic to be the dynamic driver of this cashless transformation.
We are proud that GHL is the chosen payment partner of major brands such as Shell and GrabPay.”
Priyanka Madan, Head of Grab Financial Malaysia remarked,
“As a homegrown tech enabler and a proponent of the digital economy, we aim to innovate and explore effective strategic collaborations with like-minded partners to drive digital payment adoption in the country.
We are excited to partner with GHL Systems and Shell, and together, hope to provide users with convenient access to our robust ecosystem so that Malaysians can continue to save and be rewarded for their transactions.”
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