Twenty4 opens as Ipoh’s first cash-free retailer

Malaysian convenience store Twenty4 has opened in Ipoh as the region’s first cash-free retailer of its kind.

The “smart” convenience store accepts only cashless transactions, earning it a spot in the Malaysia Book of Records.

The brand’s CEO Kenny Ng said: “The shop is open round-the-clock and customers can purchase a variety of items, including food and personal care items, through cashless transactions. Customers can buy products at the store using debit cards, credit cards, Paywaves, Samsung Pay, Apple Pay or use other E-Wallet payments. We hope the concept will set the pace … be a pioneer in Malaysia, where people buy items without using cash.”

Twenty4 sells various local and international products via self-service machines.


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