For the first time, Malaysians can pay for the purchase of their homes via eWallet. MCT Berhad (MCT), a subsidiary of Philippine’s largest property developer Ayala Land Inc, recently announced it was introducing this cashless payment facility via Touch ‘n Go eWallet for the added convenience of potential homebuyers securing their units by MCT. MCT Chief Executive Officer Teh Heng Chong announced the introduction of eWallet payments at the unveiling of the refurbished sales gallery of the Lakefront development in Cyberjaya. It was held in conjunction with a site visit by MCT’s key management members to the LakeFront Residences and LakeFront Homes, two of the company’s ongoing projects in the area.
MCT made its initial foray into Cyberjaya through LakeFront Villa, a development comprising luxury themed bungalows sitting on a 16-acre site complete with a clubhouse which is situated only a few kilometres from key universities and the Kuala Lumpur International Airport.