KidZania eWallet To Teach Kids About Cashless Payments!

KidZania Kuala Lumpur today announced their partnership with TNG Digital to educate kids about the cashless economy using the new Touch ‘n Go KidZania eWallet! Here are the full details!

KidZania eWallet To Teach Kids About Cashless Payments!

 

KidZania eWallet To Teach Kids About Cashless Payments!

The partnership will see KidZania adopt cashless mobile payment with the Touch ‘n Go KidZania eWallet app. The kids will be taught to use the app, which accepts kidzos, the KidZania currency.

The new app will let the kids check their kidzos balances online, and teach them to start thinking about saving, and becoming more financial-savvy.

“The partnership with TNG Digital Sdn. Bhd. is yet another initiative to further reinforce KidZania’s Learn Life Today motto, where we apply the unique approach of inculcating life skills among children through role play. With the Touch ‘n Go KidZania eWallet applied in KidZania Kuala Lumpur, kids will learn about financial literacy through spending their hard-earned kidzos via the mobile application or just by tapping at contactless payment terminals in the establishments in our City,” said Shahrul Nizar Ahmad, General Manager of KidZania Kuala Lumpur.

Syahrunizam Samsudin, Chief Executive Officer of TNG Digital Sdn. Bhd. said “We want to cultivate cashless behaviours from an early age. This partnership gives us the opportunity to educate and nurture habits that will advocate for a cashless society.

Both KidZania and TNG will also introduce the Touch ‘n Go eWallet Experiential Centre later in the year to further encourage the adoption of cashless payments among kids in KidZania Kuala Lumpur.

 

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