M2U ID App with a variety of new features that will make your life easier and practical. Download M2U ID and open a new Maybank account straight from your smartphone anytime, anywhere.
You can open a savings or a time deposit account and make transitions such bill payments, purchases, transfer, e-wallet top ups and investment all through M2U ID App (mobile banking). Using contactless payment with QR Pay, if you have to buy daily needs.
Collect as many points as possible and refer your family and friends to get additional points to increase your chances of winning the lucky draw program.
Period until March 31st 2022.
Starting only from IDR100,000, you can now subscribe, both one-time or auto debit, to a variety of Mutual Fund products. Top up, redeem and check your portfolio, all from your fingertips. A wide variety of Mutual Fund investment products via M2U ID App.
Don’t have Maybank Savings?
Open online savings account directly from your smartphone.
Already have Maybank Savings, don’t have M2U ID Web user login?
Activate and register directly through M2U ID Web or M2U ID App.
We want to ensure that your account is always protected. For a safer banking transaction, you won't be able to access the app from a rooted or jailbroken device. With this new app, you can also tie your device to your M2U ID Web account to give you the assurance that only you can control and access your account, as well as authorising your transactions.
Internet banking international compliance, 128 bit encryption, Verisign certified and equipped with 2 types authentication (Password and SMS Token). Biometric authentication is available in M2U ID App
The internet is a medium of information between very open computer systems. Illegal access to data is possible. As an Internet Banking provider, Maybank takes various steps to minimize the risk of involvement without illegal access.
Actions taken include using:
Anticipation of security using technology will not run perfectly without participation or commitment from customers. Always carry out the principle of prudence when making transactions: