RM1 Road Tax?! What RM1 Can Get You? Then VS. Now

RM1 Road Tax?! What RM1 Can Get You? Then VS. Now

RM1 road tax sounds too good to be true, but is it really? We are stoked to find out how excited Cik Manggis, a popular singer/actress, was when she compared the things you can get with RM1, then and now. Let’s check it out!

 

Many of us may have reminisced the good old days where things were cheap and life wasn’t as hectic as it is today.

Speaking about lower prices, did you know that you can get a lot of things with a mere RM1? Yes, indeed! 

To cut a long story short, Cik Manggis had recently shout out on her Instagram feed about the 5 Things We Can Buy With RM1, Then vs. Now.’

You’d be surprised to see her compare many things you can get with RM1 back in the old days and modern times.
 

So, what can you get with RM1, then and now? Check out the comparison:

 

ITEM

THEN

NOW

Roti Canai

5 pieces of roti canai and
1 can of dhal

1 piece of roti canai

Candies

100 pieces of candies
(1 cent each)

10 pieces of candies
(10 cents each)

Ballpens

4 ball pens
(25 cents each)

1 ballpen (RM1 each)

Tickets

40 cents/ticket
at the Asiatic Cinema

RM1/ticket
(short-distance bus ride)

Things definitely seemed cheaper in the olden days. However, what about the fifth one? What is the other thing you can get with RM1?

 

Here comes the best part…watch her video to find out more 👉🏼

 

 

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The good old days may have won the first four rounds of comparison, but it sure can’t beat this king of all cheap prices: RM1 road tax! Yes, you’ve read that right! That’s RM99 less than the normal price of road tax back then!

RM 1 Road Tax

In partnership with Visa, you can now get RM1 Road Tax with FatBerry*!

Enjoy this special promo when you RENEW your car insurance and pay with your VISA card on FatBerry’s platform.

That said if your car insurance has not expired yet, don’t worry! Simply CHOPE* for your next renewal. How’s that for the biggest saving of all?

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FatBerry–A Fatfish Subsidiary, Records ‘Explosive’ Revenue

FatBerry–A Fatfish Subsidiary, Records ‘Explosive’ Revenue

FatBerry allows consumers to compare, customise and purchase insurance products online, recording significant market traction in the second half of the year, increasing its revenue by almost 100% every month.

 

Technology venture capital firm Fatfish Group (ASX: FFG) has posted “explosive” monthly sales results during the six months to December 2020 for its direct-to-consumer digital insurance subsidiary Fatberry Sdn Bhd.

The fast-growing, Malaysia-based offshoot employs a digital platform to allow consumers to compare, customise and purchase insurance products online – recorded significant market traction in the second half of the year, increasing its revenue by almost 100% every month.

Its December revenue reached $66,677, and its January total to date is believed to have already achieved 180% of that figure, further asserting the month-on-month growth trend.

Fatfish said the key to Fatberry’s performance had been an acceleration in consumer online usage patterns due to global COVID-19 lockdowns.

Easing the process

Fatberry was founded on a desire to ease the process of purchasing insurance online for Malaysian consumers.

It claims to generate quotes “instantly” while allowing customers to obtain motor and travel insurance within three minutes.

The company spent the first two years offering a trial service before launching a full suite of API-enabled commercial services in April last year.

Fatberry currently partners with 11 local insurance companies including Zurich, Lonpac, Takaful Malaysia, and Etiqa to offer a wide choice of products via its digital marketplace.

Fatfish owns a 53.4% stake in Fatberry via Swedish-based subsidiary Abelco Investment Group AB.

The two companies entered into a de facto merger in late 2019 after Abelco made a binding offer to acquire Fatfish investee company Fatfish Global Ventures.

FatBerry’s Asian presence

Fatfish recently announced plans to diversify its Asian presence through a move into the buy now and pay later space.

Last month, the company announced it would acquire a 19.9% stake in BNPL provider Smartfunding, bolstering its total equity in the Singapore-based lender to 78.7% through Abelco.

Fatfish plans to initially offer regulated BNPL services to the Singapore market before expanding into other regions.

This piece was written by Imelda Cotton and published initially on SmallCaps.com.