Onepay Company Limited launches Myanmar’s first integrated lifestyle Super App with AGD Bank as its banking partner


Onepay Company Ltd. officially announced a brand new lifestyle SuperApp at Pullman Yangon on 6th February.  The app is designed to connect users and businesses to enable mobile financial transactions across one unified platform.  The aim of Onepay is to effortlessly combine financial and lifestyle activities, making it smarter, faster and easier to pay for everything from daily essentials like bus tickets and bills, to ordering food and even donating to a user’s favorite charity.

Onepay app is designed to offer a simple yet secure and convenient experience by enhancing interoperability and consolidation of multiple payment platforms which connects its users and merchants in the ecosystem.   This first all-in-one lifestyle mobile app with unprecedented scale of interoperability and consolidation in Myanmar is available to anyone with a smartphone and a registered SIM card. Developed for the convenience of users, Onepay offers the users a freedom to choose lifestyle services offered in the application. It is made possible by the careful selection of lifestyle partners such as MM Bus Ticket, First National Insurance, Food2U, World Wildlife Fund for Nature, Htoo Foundation, Yangon United Sports Complex, Flymya and rgo47.

This app has been supported by Asia Green Development Bank Limited (AGD) as its banking partner and is built with strong foundational pillars of secure and robust services supported by AGD Bank. 

U Aung Zeya Myo, Deputy Managing Director of Onepay said, “As the digital payment innovators in Myanmar, Onepay enables users to pay for goods and services all within one application by integrating multiple platforms into one. Onepay is the first lifestyle application in Myanmar that has been specifically designed to complement the lifestyles of the people who want a convenient experience in a safe and sound banking environment with an option for financial services whenever needed.”

U Pyi Soe Htin, Chief Business Officer of AGD Bank said, “We’re excited to be the banking partner of Onepay and we are looking forward to continuing our relationship by developing both the industry and the product. It is AGD Bank’s company vision to create the first integrated cashless processing system and Onepay represents the future of e-wallet financial services during the rise of e-commerce platforms across Myanmar.”

The key highlight features of Onepay app includes: 

  • Payment for goods and services at a wide range of retail shops offering ease of payments (QR) for users and providing convenient acceptance by merchants with Onepay Business App
  • Mobile phone top-up for all local telecom operators
  • Making bill payments for utilities and lifestyle services
  • Ordering and payment for food to be delivered from popular restaurants and eateries in selected
  • Payments for the bookings made for the use sports facilities
  • Purchasing bus tickets from major inter-city bus operators and flight tickets from Flymya
  • Enjoy online shopping at rgo47
  • Seamless and quick linking to a user’s AGD bank account for top ups and withdrawal to and from the wallet
  • The ability to add funds to the wallet from Visa, Mastercard credit cards as well as from MPU (National Payment Network of Myanmar) debit cards
  • Exclusive in-app discounts and promotions when using Onepay
  • Transfer money to other Onepay users with ease
  • Accessing existing AGDPay features which include: VISA credit card repayment lock/unlock your card and checking your account and card balance

The rise of new technologies in Myanmar has led to a new trend of mobile payments, with explosive growth of mobile and internet penetration that is making a huge impact on the financial services sector. 

Onepay app is available for both android and iOS users on Playstore and Apple App store respectively. For more information and to download the app, please visit Onepay’s official website,

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