Friday, December 11, 2015

A New and Innovative Dining Experience with RHB & TABLEAPP

The RHB Banking Group (the 'Group') has partnered exclusively with TABLEAPP, Malaysia's premier online restaurant reservation portal, to provide customers a fast and convenient dining reservation experience. This initiative is part of RHB's Digital Journey, and marks RHB's first collaboration with a start up in providing innovative lifestyle offerings and e-commerce payment services.

"We want to create a digital ecosystem around the everyday lifestyle needs of our customers. With TABLEAPP, customers can enjoy a new dining experience through the convenience of making online restaurant reservations, free of charge. Reservations via TABLEAPP can be made 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and customers will receive instant confirmation. Customers will also be able to buy discounted dining vouchers for premier restaurants that are registered with TABLEAPP. For RHB's customers, we also offer cashless payment options, for payment via RHB Now and with RHB cards," said Dato Khairussaleh.

"We will continue to enhance customer experience. RHB customers will eventually be able to pre-order online and pay for meals before arriving at the restaurant," added Dato' Khairussaleh Ramli, Group Managing Director for RHB Banking Group.

TABLEAPP reservation application currently has more than 380 restaurants in Malaysia and 100 restaurants in Thailand and is looking to grow the number to 1,000 by end of 2016. As part of the Group's efforts in broadening its offerings for Affluent and Mass Affluent markets, RHB Signature, Infinite and Platinum cardholders will be entitled to cashback privileges of 10 and 15 percent respectively when bookings are made via TABLEAPP. This offer kicked off on 23 November 2015 and will continue till 29 February 2016.

RHB customers will also enjoy discounted deals, via the Mobile Lifestyle App, to reserve and purchase discounted coupons.

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