Back in August, Boost, the homegrown eWallet, partnered up with food and grocery delivery platform, foodpanda.
The move was said to be an exercise in exploring new features, deeper in-app integration, and interoperability that was already in the pipeline for both companies.
However recently, Boost has quietly launched its own food delivery and ordering service called Boost Makan.
The app lets users choose from seven categories of food and beverages and have them delivered or picked up, even though a drive-thru.
In conjunction with the launch, Boost is offering up an RM5 cashback for a minimum of RM20 spent on food and beverages — excluding delivery fee, service fee, service tax and other charges.
The campaign is split into two periods: 22 to 30 Nov and 1 Dec to 31 Dec.
In the first period, cashback is limited to the first 600 eligible and successful transactions and the cashback for the second period is limited to the first 1,400 eligible and successful transactions.