Lifestyle & Hobbies

How To Secure Your Device When Shopping Online

In a recent survey, 1 in 4 Singaporeans have adopted mobile payment. In 2016 alone, over 30,000 retail points in Singapore enabled cashless payment. The most popular online wallets include DBS Paylah!, Apple Pay, and Android Pay. You can only imagine how much growth the cashless payment received due to the Circuit Breaker period! People have been leaning towards this payment scheme due to the lack of face-to-face interaction that comes with it. A mobile wallet stores payment information on


Shopping, Travel & Entertainment

Make easy cashless payment in Thailand with Singtel Dash

Singtel Dash is now accepted in Thailand, Singaporeans’ favourite holiday destination! Thanks to VIA, the new cross-border payment alliance, you can continue to make easy cashless payment in Thailand with your mobile phone! Forget queuing at money changers or fumbling with multiple currencies. Just tap or scan with your phone while you eat and shop away! Enjoy the convenience of paying in Singapore dollars at highly competitive exchange rates, and view both Thai Baht and Singapore dollars just before you


Daily Living

NETS IT! and be rewarded! Go cashless and stand a chance to walk away with attractive prizes!

NETS is once again executing a massive NETS IT! promotion which consists of 3 different promotions. Launched on 15th October 2018, the 3 months long campaign will end 2018 with a bang and kickstart 2019 with attractive prizes. With NETS fighting to idealize Singapore’s cashless society, NETS have many forms of cashless payment methods which include NETS PIN, NETSPay, NETS FlashPay, NETS Contactless payment, et cetera – all of which are accepted in this promotion. Moreover, with the incorporation of


Personal Finance

The Future Of Cashless Payment

Much is known about the fact that Singapore is very much still a predominantly cash-based society. So much so that during the 2017 National Day Rally, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong mentioned that Singapore has lagged behind in terms of electronic payments. This comes at a time when other countries have already moved forward to embrace cashless transactions. This was a wake-up call as a slow adoption rate towards electronic payments has impeded Singapore’s progress towards a Smart Nation. Several