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Grab Singapore includes more banks in linked account feature

Users can now link accounts from Bank of China, DBS, Maybank, OCBC, StanChart, and UOB.

Grab has expanded the number of local banks which Singapore users can link to their Grab account.
 
Customers may now link from an initial six banks: Bank of China, DBS, Maybank, OCBC, Standard Chartered and UOB. Citibank, HSBC, and ICBC will be added to the app progressively.

Through the Linked Bank Account feature, customers may top up their GrabPay wallet at zero cost.

Users can also choose to transfer funds back to their own bank accounts or make transfers to other bank accounts or e-wallets. No extra fees will be incurred for topping up using this feature on the Grab app and users will only need to link their bank account once.

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