First Telco Offers Reload Cash Back To Assist Consumer Welfare

Celcom Axiata Berhad (Celcom) is offering its customers, both prepaid and postpaid consumers, a 10 percent cashback via e-wallet. This initiative aims to mitigate the adverse external economic impacts of the COVID-19 outbreak on Malaysia while preserving the welfare of the rakyat is in-line with the recently announced Economic Stimulus Package.

With the cashback, Celcom’s customers can utilise the digital currency to purchase their everyday needs at all digital or retail stores serviced by Boost e-wallet which is available at over 135,000 retail merchants nationwide.

“Celcom is proud to be the first telco in Malaysia that enables cashback as an effort to financially aid our consumers and reduce living costs, with the availability of digital currency that can be used for purchasing everyday items via e-wallet,” Idham Nawawi, Chief Executive Officer of Celcom Axiata Berhad said.

Celcom wants to ensure that their customers get the best value for their purchases from them. Their prepaid and postpaid cashback will be an alternative benefit for customers, allowing them to purchase their daily needs via Boost e-wallet, both digitally and at all participating stores nationwide.

Celcom Xpax prepaid consumers will enjoy 10 percent cashback when they purchase Celcom Xpax reloads and Internet Reloads RM10 and above via the Celcom Life App.

Celcom MEGA™ postpaid plans with its Trade-In feature allow postpaid consumers to trade in their unused Internet quota at the end of each billing cycle for cashback via Boost e-wallet, with 10GB equivalent to RM5 cashback.

Furthermore, Celcom postpaid consumers can also enjoy a one-time RM50 credit rebate per account, in the next billing cycle, when they opt for our Auto Billing service. In addition, postpaid consumers who opt for digital monthly bills will be able to save up to RM10 per month of additional charges for printed billing documents.

The offer starts from noon 28th February 2020 until 30th June 2020.

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