Recent Blogs

April 21, 2017
Online Durian Shop How to expand sales to China Market

Online Durian Shop : How to expand sales to China Market

In today’s digital age, the services provided via the Internet have become so advanced. Instant messaging, Internet banking, e-learning… you name it, the Internet probably has it. With FOMO Pay, you can take it up a notch by surprising your loved ones with a unique gift – fresh Musang (also known as Mao Shan Wang 猫山王 or D197) durians.   Musang durians are brought in from Malaysia. Known for its bittersweet taste, creamy texture and golden yellow flesh, it is the most desired and expensive durian variety. The durian peak season in Singapore is typically from June to August, and […]
April 11, 2017

FOMO Pay clinches exclusive online voting partnerships with Sing! China and Miss Chinese Cosmos Pageant Singapore

FOMO Pay is honoured to be the exclusive online voting partner for Sing! China (中国新歌声)’s Singapore auditions this year and Miss Chinese Cosmos Pageant Singapore (中华小姐环球大赛新加坡赛区) 2016. Aside from designing the voting sites, FOMO Pay also provided technical support and facilitated back-end payment collection from votes. With FOMO Pay, voters got to select from a variety of payment methods – Visa/MasterCard, Union Pay, WeChat Scan and Pay and Alipay, allowing the events to successfully target both local and Chinese consumers. Sing! China (中国新歌声) 2016 Voting site: https://www.2016chinasupervocalsg.com (Voting has ended.) Chinese reality television shows have been gaining traction in Singapore, […]
April 1, 2017

Local charity Stroke Support Station initiates new online donation portal

Founded in 2015, local non-profit organization Stroke Support Station (S3) helps stroke survivors and their caregivers in their post-stroke recovery journey by offering stroke support, education and training. Led by volunteers, S3 also organizes fund raising activities and advocacy programmes. Stroke Support Station (S3) held a Charity Gala Dinner at the Marina Bay Sands Ballroom last Saturday to raise funds for their cause. Traditionally, funds were collected via cheque, VISA, MasterCard or NETS. Today, S3 offers additional payment options through its new online donation portal – http://s3orgsg.donation.fomopay.com. The online portal accepts VISA, MasterCard, NETS, WeChat and Union Pay. Using the […]
March 21, 2017

Lianhe Zaobao (联合早报) ventures into WeChat through partnership with FOMO Pay

Lianhe Zaobao (联合早报) is Singapore’s largest-circulating Chinese-language newspaper, with a daily average circulation of 187,900 people (statistics from August 2015). Published by Singapore Press Holdings (SPH), the daily has been in production since 1983 and has been the main source of news for many Chinese readers around the world due to its high quality content. Aside from Singapore, Lianhe Zaobao is also circulated in other cities such as Hong Kong, Beijing and Shanghai. In fact, it is ranked as the top 10 news websites in China.  Screenshot of www.zaobao.com.sg Lianhe Zaobao has ventured into WeChat – its latest move to […]
March 11, 2017

Top up your prepaid SIM card with ease via StarHub WeChat

Now there is a new way for you to top up your StarHub prepaid SIM card on the go. This is the first time a local telco has offered top up services for prepaid cards using WeChat, a free messaging app developed by Tencent in China. This is in addition to alternative channels offered by StarHub. Other options include topping up at ATMs, AXS Stations and convenience stores, or using StarHub’s Happy Prepaid App. Simplify the top up process in 3 easy steps. Step 1: Scan the QR code below using your WeChat app, and you will be directed to […]
March 1, 2017

WeChat Pay 微信支付 Now Supports Payment Collection for Retailers in Singapore

You may have heard of WeChat, but did you know that it is much more than just a messaging app? Amongst the many other services offered, one of its most popular feature is WeChat Pay – a mobile payment service that allows WeChat users to pay by simply scanning a QR code generated by the app. A survey by Tencent in August 2015 revealed that 68.8% of Chinese people use their mobile devices offline for payments. WeChat Pay is available in more than 20 countries, including Hong Kong, Taiwan, Australia, Europe, and now – it has finally launched in Singapore, […]