Setel, Malaysia’s first e-payment solution that allows you to purchase fuel right off the app in your smartphone, has now introduced the new Deliver2Me service and in-store cashless payment with the Setel Wallet.

Deliver2Me allows Setel users to purchase selected items from participating Kedai Mesra outlets and have it promptly delivered directly to their vehicle while refueling. That way, customers will never have to leave the comforts and safety of their vehicles.

For those who prefer the full shopping experience, Setel has introduced a cashless system to easily pay for items at 800 participating Kedai Mesra outlets through the Setel Wallet. The feature allows customers to pay for items in Kedai Mesra with minimal physical contact. Customers will not only be able to earn Mesra points, but also perform Mesra points redemption directly through the application.

“Today, we are pleased to offer greater convenience to over 1.5 million users through our cashless payment system in Kedai Mesra. This is just a stepping stone in our journey of expansion as we add more intuitive features tailored to individual customers, in line with PETRONAS’ growing offerings,” said Setel, CEO, Iskandar Ezzahuddin.

Here's how you can pay for fuel without leaving your car!

What you can’t see doesn’t mean it isn’t there and this is especially true with the Covid-19 virus. What better way to social distance than to use this contactless payment app at Petronas!

Posted by on Wednesday, 10 June 2020

Deliver2Me is now available at six participating PETRONAS stations in the Klang Valley and will progressively roll out to all Setel-enabled stations nationwide starting Q1 2021. Setel is available at over 900 PETRONAS stations nationwide and can be downloaded for FREE via the Apple Store, Google Play Store, and Huawei AppGallery.

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