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SG's Healthy 365 app to launch DBS-backed digital payment feature

The feature will allow users to convert their "Heatlhpoints" to "HPB Credit$."

The Singapore Health Promotion Board's fitness tracking app, Healthy 365, will be equipped with a digital payment feature starting on 25 April.

The new feature created with the help of DBS and the Government Technology Agency (GovTech) will allow app users to convert their Healthpoints to HPB Credit$ which can be used when purchasing products from participating local F&B merchants.  

Users just need to scan the NETS QR or SG QR code at the merchant’s store via the app.

Healthy 365 currently has more than 500 participating establishments and by the end of May 2023, this number is expected to reach more than 2,500.

"We are pleased that through this partnership with GovTech, DBS, and NETS, we are able to enhance our rewards programme so that our Healthy 365 users can directly use the rewards they have gained on healthier meals at hawker and coffeeshop stalls. These stalls, which are onboard our Healthier Dining Programme, offer healthier options such as wholegrain meals and lower sugar beverages, which users can now conveniently spend their rewards on just by converting their Healthpoints to HPB Credit$," HPB's Director of Corporate and Industry Partnerships, Foo Wei Young, said.

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