In 2019, the cashless payment becomes popular in Indonesia. Then, which e-wallet apps that you want to chose for your cashless payment? Below are popular e-wallet apps in Indonesia that can be your choices.
As the result of the Internet of Things around us, it increased for people using the smartphone in Indonesia. Following those changes, the service for cashless payment using the mobile phone are increasing as well. Nowadays, using e-wallet apps for cashless payment become more popular in the society. However, too much e-wallet apps out there ends up making people confused which e-wallet to use.
Below are popular e-wallet apps in Indonesia that could become your choices for cashless payment:
Go-Pay is not categorized as a finance app but Go-Pay contributed to 30% for the total transaction of e-money in Indonesia. At first, Go-pay only an e-wallet for all the payment of Go-Jek apps, from Go-Ride, Go-Car and Go-Food which is the biggest food delivery in Southeast Asia. In addition, according to DailySocial, Go-Pay would officially become one of the payment methods in Google Play.
So, it’s not a surprise anymore if Go-pay becomes the most popular e-wallet apps in Indonesia. That’s why you can choose Go-Pay for your e-wallet apps considering its facility in Go-Jek and Google Play.
Ovo placed as the second of the popular e-wallet apps in Indonesia according to the number of download app in the iprice.co.id list. You could use OVO as the offline payment in Matahari Department Store and Lippo Mall. Ovo also has collaborated with Grab Indonesia, Tokopedia and Lion Air Group as well.
The collaboration that has been done by OVO makes OVO becomes popular as a method for cashless payment. This could regain her popularity again after dropped its popularity several times before in 2019.
Dana is a newcomer as the e-wallet apps in Indonesia, but it could secure itself as the top three for the most popular e-wallet apps in Indonesia. It is an e-wallet app as the result of Ant Financial and Emtek Group partnership. Additionally, Dana is an official e-wallet for Bukalapak as its e-commerce transaction through BukaDompet.
LinkAja is an e-wallet for the state-owned enterprises in Indonesia. It is the result of the collaboration of T-Cash from Telkomsel, Mandiri e-cash from Bank Mandiri, UnikQu from BNI, T-money from Telkom and T-Bank from BRI. Recently, LinkAja has collaborated with Go-Pay.
Jenius is the product of BTPN which stand for National Pensioners Savings Bank (Bank Tabungan Pensiunan Nasional). This e-wallet app becomes one of the popular e-wallet apps in Indonesia because Jenius gives a lot of advantages to its user. As examples, Jenius won’t take any fee for cash withdrawal, free administration fee, free open and closed account, free transfer fee, and free for creating Jenius’ card.
From the popular e-wallet apps in Indonesia that have mentioned above, which one that you can use for your cashless payment method? or maybe you already used those apps above, so, which one is the from your experience for cashless payment?