There are some things in life where you just have to brave the traffic and parking woes to get done.
There are other things in life which you can do at the comfort of your own home, wearing comfortable clothes and generally being a slob.
E-banking is one of them. I have never gone back once I started unless it’s to cash in cheques or something like that. It’s just so convenient to use a phone, tablet or PC to perform all your banking tasks. I’ve gotten so used to it that if you asked me to physically go and pay bills I’ll probably just terminate the service.
I personally use RHB Now, Internet & Mobile Banking. You can also get the RHB Now app from Google Play or iOS – you can download it for free and perform all the banking related tasks you want from the comfort of your couch or when you’re out and about. Very convenient stuff.
The transactions that you can do on RHB Now is almost everything you can do at the branch. There’s Bill Payment, Prepaid Reload, Send Money via PayPal, Western Union and Foreign Telegraphic Transfer – it can all be done digitally now! 🙂
You can win awesome gadgets just from doing digital transactions too! Perform a transaction with a minimum of RM 30 and you’ll qualify for:
The top 3 customers with the highest accumulated entries for the week will win a Samsung GALAXY S4 Zoom each!
The top 3 customers with the highest accumulated entries for the month will win a Samsung GALAXY Note 3 each!
I think it’s awesome that you can win all these prizes just from doing digital transactions on RHB Now! New customers get 5 bonus entries when you sign-up on RHB Now via the Internet and 10 bonus entries when you download RHB Now mobile app for iOS/Android so get rewarded for doing your banking online now!
The campaign period ends 19th March 2014. Get more information about the RHB Now Gadget Frenzy campaign here.
6 thoughts on “Gadget Frenzy!”
thanks for sharing the guide of RHB on9 banking~
Always good to do banking online! 🙂
You can win lots of prizes while doing it now too – weekly and monthly.
Yes, I – banking or m – banking is convenient but I still don’t trust malaysia banks yet. I used it in SG but I stick to manual banking in Malaysia.
I’ve always used Internet and mobile banking in Malaysia! 🙂
Never had any problems, never heard of anyone who has either! Seriously, the security is as good as Singapore, or anyplace else for that matter. I’ve never heard of any security breaches. I’ll use ebanking in any part of the world coz they have to adhere to standards.
I-banking is the best thing since sliced bread in my opinion. I love how I can manage my accounts at the click of a button though I am all the way in Japan now.
Yeah, I have to agree with that mate! 🙂
It’s made banking all the more easy! I remember the days when you actually have to go to the branch and wait to do everything (complete with your paper savings book which needed to be updated by the clerk).
I use e-banking exclusively, except when I’m withdrawing cash from ATMs or banking in cheques (use the cheque machine).