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More people shift to cashless lifestyle for practicality

  • Riza Roidila Mufti

    The Jakarta Post

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JAKARTA   /   Tue, April 9, 2019   /  02:47 pm
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Sutariyah, a 36-year-old food seller in Kebayoran Baru, South Jakarta accepts cashless payments by using QR codes from e-wallets such as Go-Pay, OVO and OttoPay.(-/-)

Carrying out daily transactions has never been easier for Dundee Yuwono, a 29-year-old in Surabaya, as he only needs to open a digital wallet on his smartphone to make payments.    “I have gone days where I spend no cash since I’m able to pay for everything via my phone [using mobile payment]. From paying for transportation, buying food and purchasing other stuff, all using a cashless payment system,” Dundhee told The Jakarta Postrecently.  Dundhee, who said he went cashless most of the time, is utilizing a wide variety of cashless payment options such as Go-Pay and OVO, to a debit card and e-money card. Meanwhile, Fina Ladiba, a digital planner working in Jakarta said she was confident about not holding cash as most of the goods and services she needed could be paid for through a cashless payment system. She also uses numerous payment ...