Tencent's WeChat Wallet Lands in Malaysia!

3/23/2016 Joshua Wong 13 Comments

Tencent's WeChat has rolled out its WeChat Wallet service to some users in Malaysia. Malaysian users who are part of the pilot program will be be able to see "Wallet" button under "Me" tab. From there they will able to link their credit cards to the service and purchase items using the WeChat app including mobile prepaid top-up as well buying movie ticket & flight tickets.




Currently the WeChat Wallet is still in limited access to all features that the China mainland in using like transfer money to friends within the app, making purchase in convenience store like 7-Eleven by having the cashier to scan QR code on their smartphone and much more.

According to source, the functionality will be expanded later on and the peer-to-peer payments functions be soon to be adopted by retails' merchants.

Here are some screenshot of the in-app WeChat Wallet:

It allows mobile prepaid top up across major Telco like Xpax, Hotlink, DiGi, U Mobile, Altel, TuneTalk, XOX, OneXOX & MerchanTrade.



As for movie ticket, it now linked to MBO Cinema only





Flight ticket you will see MAS, AirAsia, BatikAir, Citilink, FireFly, Malindo Air, Jetstar and more.





Hope to see more functionally to be implemented soon when it goes public.

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13 comments:

  1. Hi Jo.
    I can't make wallet region changes. Not select available.

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  2. i cannot change the region too

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  3. Sigh. Still no update on this. Wechat is so slooooooooow

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  4. Still not available to public in Malaysia yet?

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  5. Keep saying calling bank.....cant proceed to verify..pls advise

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  6. This post is meaningless, just showing off without guides

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  7. Just to update all that Tencent has yet officially announced the availability wallet feature in Malaysia.

    There maybe have a lot difficulty in the process.

    I'll update again on a new post once Tencent made WeChat Wallet available in Malaysia

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  8. One day if the wechat fully support in Malaysia and accept MYR exchange. No more official Ecommerce website require maybe.

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  9. do update when its available, this is a great breakthrough

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  10. Does it need to link with any China bank card to use for this wallet?

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    1. yeah, wechat can only be linked with chinese bank card by now.

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  11. If you want to recharge your Wechat wallet and you do not have a Chinese bank account, you can try this website: vpayfast.com they accept local payments and can help recharge your wechat wallet in minutes!
    Fast & easy.

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