All 7-Eleven stores in Malaysia now accept Alipay+

Ant Group, the operator of Alipay+, a suite of global cross-border digital payment and marketing solutions, today announced the latest expansion of Alipay+ coverage to all 7-Eleven stores in Malaysia, enabled by Razer Merchant Services. Users of four leading Asian mobile wallets including AlipayHK (Hong Kong SAR), GCash (Philippines), Kakao Pay (South Korea) and TrueMoney (Thailand) can now seamlessly pay in 7-Eleven using their home mobile wallets.

Alipay, also an Alipay+ partner mobile wallet, has been accepted by Malaysian merchants since 2016.

“7-Eleven Malaysia is thrilled to enhance the traveller experience as tourists return to our beautiful country. By expanding Alipay+ coverage to all our stores, we are providing a seamless and convenient digital payment solution for visitors from around the world.

“As a key use case for tourism, our stores serve as a one-stop destination for travellers, offering a wide range of products, snacks, and essentials,” said Chan Chee Weng, Assistant General Manager In-Store Services, 7-Eleven Malaysia.

Razer Merchant Services (RMS), the business-to-business solution of Razer Fintech is the acquiring partner to facilitate the integration of Alipay+ in over 2,400 7-Eleven stores in Malaysia.

“Razer Merchant Services strives to facilitate the digital transformation of Malaysian businesses through our partnership with Alipay+.

“Our collaboration deepens the close relationship with 7-Eleven and empowers 7-Eleven to tap into the vast opportunities of the digital economy by offering convenient payment for locals and tourists, enhancing the overall experience and driving growth,” said Lee Li Meng, CEO of Razer Fintech.

With the latest development and acceptance in 7-Eleven, Alipay+ is now integrated in more than 80,000 merchant touchpoints in Malaysia, including in popular travel destinations such as Klang Valley, Johor Bahru and Penang.

These merchants comprise a wide range of industries such as retail, F&B and hospitality, including well-known local and international brands like Tealive, MyNEWS, Sephora, Watsons, Sports Direct and Duty-Free stores.




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