Sunday, September 29, 2019

Online paying PTPTN / SSPN-i with credit card through Boost

If you are looking for a way to use your credit card to repay your PTPTN loan or to top-up the SSPN-i fund of your kids, you've found the right place here!

The idea is pretty simple: use your credit card to load up your Boost e-wallet, and pay your PTPTN and/or SSPN-i with Boost.

 
The following payment targets are currently supported by Boost:
  • PTPTN Konvensional
  • PTPTN Ujrah
  • PTPTN SSPN-i
  • PTPTN SSPN-i Plus
If you also have an AirAsia BigPay account, you can make use of the following way to get the best out of both e-wallets while paying your PTPTN and/or SSPN-i using your credit card.

First of all, make sure you have enough balance in your BigPay account to make the payment. If you have insufficient balance, load it with your credit card. Your BigPay e-wallet can store up to RM10,000 in it.

After that, in your Boost e-wallet, set your BigPay Mastercard as your top-up source.



Your Boost e-wallet can store up to RM1,500 in it. For every RM10 Boost top-up you made using BigPay Mastercard, you will earn 1 BIG Point in your AirAsia BIG Rewards account. If you reloaded RM1,500 into your Boost e-wallet using this method, you will get 150 BIG Points.

Before you proceed to make your payment in Boost, you can look for any Mission available in Boost that is relevant to your payment to be made, such as the one as shown below.

 
Remember to activate your Mission first, before you proceed to make your payment. You will have chance to earn some money by completing Mission in Boost.

To make payment to your PTPTN and/or SSPN-i account, go to "Do more" menu (tap on the Boost's heart shape icon on the top menu), and tap on "Pay Bills".


Search for PTPTN / SSPN-i under the Loans list. Currently they are listed at the very bottom of the page. You can make use of the quick search function inside the Select Utilities page to seek for them.

After that, just follow the on screen instruction to complete your payment. Note that RM1.00 will be charged by Boost and deducted from your payment amount.

Your payment should be reflected in your PTPTN / SSPN-i account within one working day, and you will receive a notification email from PTPTN as confirmation of your payment made.


Note that you can join the SSPN-i and SSPN-i Plus lucky draw contest if you top-up your account now.

Lastly, remember to repay your credit card when your statement comes. You can earn some cashback using this method if your credit card is of cashback type. Note that not all cashback credit cards are giving cashback for AirAsia BigPay reload and/or Boost reload. If you are using credit cards that give reward points, you can earn some reward points instead.

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10 comments:

Azman kerr said... Reply To This Comment

Mudah

LM said... Reply To This Comment

Hi there, thanks for sharing. Need some advice on my issue below.
I have tried your method and tested out on 15dec19 by depositing rm50 to my sspn ac. According to the info above i should be able to see the latest balance. However, i still dont see it till to date.

Voyager8 said... Reply To This Comment

@Unknown

15 December 2019 is a Sunday.

It will probably be processed in 16 December and reflected in your account by end of 17 December.

Erin said... Reply To This Comment

Hi, thanks for sharing. One question, I should put my children name or my own name for the account holder?

Voyager8 said... Reply To This Comment

@Erin

Name can be children name, account number is the SSPN account number, which is slightly longer than your IC number.

kingsley said... Reply To This Comment

where can I find my sspn account number to fill in the boost area ?

Voyager8 said... Reply To This Comment

@kingsley

Your account no. can be seen after login to SSPN website.

Unknown said... Reply To This Comment

Please be remind that if you making payment for SSPN-i through Boost there will be a hidden cost of RM1 deduction.

Unknown said... Reply To This Comment

Hi .may ask if i deposit through boost, do i get any points in boost? Tqvm. If it does, how many points would we get?

Voyager8 said... Reply To This Comment

@Unknown

Yes.

The points will depend on your Boost level.

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