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DuitNow. A New Way to Pay. Open to the Public

(from left) YBhg Dato' Khairussaleh Ramli - Group Chief Executive Officer of RHB Banking Group, YM Tengku Dato’ Sri Zafrul bin Tengku Abdul Aziz-Group Chief Executive Officer of CIMB Group Holdings Berhad, YBhg Datuk Ahmad Hizzad-Chairmain of PayNet, Mr Peter Schiesser - Group Chief Executive Officer of PayNet and Mr. Domenico Fuda - Chief Executive Officer of Hong Leong Bank Berhad at the official launch of DuitNow

DuitNow, the service that allows bank customers to transfer money instantly and securely using the recipient’s mobile phone number, is now available to the public at the Internet and/or mobile banking channels of the following banks:


  1. Ambank (M) Berhad
  2. Bank Islam Malaysia Berhad
  3. Bank of China (Malaysia) Berhad
  4. BNP Paribas Malaysia Berhad
  5. CIMB Bank Berhad
  6. Citibank Berhad
  7. Hong Leong Bank Berhad
  8. HSBC Bank Malaysia Berhad
  9. Malayan Banking Berhad
  10. OCBC Bank (Malaysia) Berhad
  11. Public Bank Berhad
  12. RHB Bank Berhad
  13. Standard Chartered Bank Malaysia Berhad
  14. United Overseas Bank (Malaysia) Berhad

An additional 17 banks and non-banks will soon launch the DuitNow service as well.

Customers wishing to receive DuitNow fund transfers using their mobile number need only perform a simple one-time registration to link their mobile number with their account number at their bank. Customers may also link their MyKad or MyPR Identity Card numbers, Army or Police numbers, Passport numbers or Business Registration numbers to their bank accounts in order to receive money.

“It is extremely heartening that millions of Malaysians have already registered for DuitNow to receive funds using their mobile number and MyKad numbers” said Mr Peter Schiesser, the Group Chief Executive Officer of PayNet, the operator of DuitNow.

Bank customers can now view, modify or transfer their DuitNow registrations via 14 bank’s Internet or Mobile Banking channels. To ensure customer convenience, banks in Malaysia collaborated so that customers can view their registrations across all banks by visiting the Internet or Mobile banking of any one of their banks.

Making fund transfers up to RM5,000 is free for consumers and SMEs, and customers can make transfer by accessing the DuitNow tab under the ‘Funds Transfer’ menu of their respective banks’ Internet or Mobile banking channels.  Some banks are also waiving DuitNow transaction fees for fund transfers above RM5,000.

“DuitNow is the first phase of a multi-year effort by the banking industry to modernise Malaysia’s retail payments infrastructure, ensuring a cost-effective, agile and flexible platform that supports innovative and new e-payment products that deliver a superior customer proposition” added Mr Schiesser.

In conjunction with DuitNow’s launch, there will be a nationwide contest with attractive prizes worth in total millions of Ringgit for bank customers who have registered to receive funds via DuitNow starting 8 January 2018.  The contest will encourage more Malaysians to adopt a cashless lifestyle by rewarding them for registering and performing DuitNow transactions.

Visit www.duitnow.my for more information.

About Payment’s Network Malaysia

Payments Network Malaysia Sdn Bhd (PayNet) is Malaysia’s premier payments network and central infrastructure for financial markets.  We innovate, build and operate world-class payment systems and financial market infrastructures that safely, reliably and efficiently enable the functioning and development of Malaysia’s financial system as well as the economy as a whole.  With Bank Negara Malaysia as PayNet’s single largest shareholder and eleven major financial institutions as joint shareholders, PayNet also serves as a platform to harness the collaborative efforts of the Malaysian banking system to accelerate the adoption of electronic payments.

For more information, please visit www.paynet.my


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