The annual #MYCYBERSALE is happening this week, courtesy of the Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC). Here are some deal highlights from the five-day discount fest.
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This year, Malaysia's largest online sale event, #MYCYBERSALE, is back and bigger than ever. In its third year, this event is expected to bring in RM200 million in sales and will be held from September 26 till September 30.