Imagine paying all utilities bills, buying telecommunication prepaid coupons or even Airasia ticket without the hustle to travel between places. This can be done now by accessing to a I-serve kiosk which was recently launched in MPSJ.
The kiosk, placed at MPSJ’s lobby, was developed by I-serve Technology Sdn Bhd in collaboration with the council.
“Come June, public will be able to have the convenience of paying assessment rates through the machine,” MPSJ acting council president Abdullah Marjunid said.
The company’s executive director Bong Soon Heng said MPSJ is being the first local council to incorporate assessment rate payment with the machine.
He said there are 50 kiosks placed at various shopping centers such as Mydin and Giant, as well as private colleges and 24-hour restaurants in Klang Valley.
The kiosk is imposing a RM1 surcharge for every bill paid; and the payment must be made in cash.
“We are looking to have 1000 kiosk nationwide by the end of the year and to expand its usage to other local authorities,” Bong said.
Meanwhile, MPSJ is hosting a 2-day Exploria program with Universy Putra Malaysia on March 26.
The program, held at the Serdang Jaya Indoor Stadium, will be coloured with various contests such as singing, cooking and Lion Dances as well as gotong royong activities between university students and the council.