By Shiela Bertillo
PayMaya Philippines Inc., a payments system operator, announced on Monday that it expanded its contact points to more than 90,000 cash-in outlets across the country as digital transactions become widely used due to mobility restrictions. The initiative made the firm have the most extensive network offered by an e-wallet in the Philippines.
Paymaya said it has partnered with 7-Eleven, Robinsons Supermarket, Robinsons Department Store, SM Hypermarket, SM Supermarket, The SM Store, Landers, Super8, Southstar Drug, Bayad Center, Easymart, EC Pay, LBC Express, No Brand, Palawan Pawnshop, Posible, RD Pawnshop, Savemore, Shopwise, and The Marketplace. (Read More: PayMaya Comments on Unauthorized Transactions)
According to the firm, more than 55,000 of these touchpoints, or 60 percent of the total, offer its cash-in services for a monthly aggregate amount of up to P10,000 Padala.
“We are breaking the barriers to digital payments adoption and usage by offering the most extensive cash in channels. With this unparalleled network plus our free cash-in offer, we are making it easier for Filipinos to embrace digital payments,” PayMaya President Shailesh Baidwan stated
Baidwan also noted that users may also cash in to their PayMaya accounts via Instapay.
Currently, PayMaya offers its 38 million registered users access to e-wallet services, an in-app mall, and other digital financial services.
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