PayMaya Payment Services Now Available On Facebook Messenger
Leading mobile money and digital financial service provider in the country, Paymaya, in cooperation with Facebook is announcing an innovative and exciting way to send money to friends, pay bills and buy mobile data load and data through Messenger in the Philippines.
PayMaya is constantly seeking for thrilling ways to give more reliable services to their clients which makes them the leader in converting mobile phones into a virtual wallet. By partnering with Facebook, they have the opportunity to make the service available to the Facebook Messenger community which makes it very accessible to a lot of users.
Paolo Azzola, Chief Operating Officer of PayMaya Philippines declared. “This integration with Messenger represents an exciting new way to reach the unserved and underserved people and communities in the country by making payments available via social,” “Our mission is to make cashless payments available for all and this new channel via Messenger will help us enable more people”, he added.
“We’re excited to work with PayMaya to give people in the Philippines new tools to access their money using Messenger,” Facebook Product Manager Ginger Baker expressed. “Our goal is to amplify the reach and impact of providers like PayMaya by enabling tools that allow them to connect people with the services and friends they care about.”
86% of Filipino households don’t have a bank account but the majority of them continuously send money and pay bills and since Facebook Messenger is a popular app that people use, it created an effortless way for regular financial transactions.
Even Filipinos without bank accounts will find it helpful to send money and pay bills using Facebook Messenger app.
It’s really easy to use PayMaya. On an android device, open the Messenger app and look for @PayMayaOfficial to start transaction and the chatbot will assist users on choosing from the available menu options. Users with existing PayMaya app can link their wallet to Facebook Messenger while new users can make a new account using Facebook Messenger.
They can even inquire about their PayMaya wallet balance and pay bills and send money to other Messenger users with or without PayMaya. When users buy mobile load on their phone, they can avail a good amount of discounts directly in Messenger whenever.
PayMaya is not only accessible through Messenger but you can order a physical card which can be linked to the mobile wallet through www.paymaya.com/shop and this is has no delivery charge and can be used at any Bancnet ATMs nationwide and wherever VISA and Mastercard is accepted. There is also an option for users to link three PayMaya physical cards to their app.
With over 15,000 top up stations nationwide including SM Business Centers, Robinsons Department Store Eleven with Cliqq Kiosks, Petron Stations in NLEX, Ministop outlets with Touchpay Kiosks, Shopwise, Wellcome, 2Go outlets, Smart Padala centers, Palawan Pawnshop branches, UnionBank ATMs, Gaisano Mall and online banking through BDO and UnionBank, PayMaya is the largest connection of reloading touchpoints.
PayMaya is not only an app first but also a card first prepaid payment service and users can choose to obtain the card first then link it with their app later on “for a shared wallet experience, and vice versa”. No matter what their network provider is, anyone can create an account without any difficulty because PayMaya is telco-agnostic.
“PayMaya is a regulated e-Money Issuer by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas”.
PayMaya Philippines, Inc. is the leader in mobile money and digital payment. A front-runner in the digital world, PayMaya is the first prepaid online payment app which lets people who don’t have credit cards to pay online; PayMaya Business is the company’s system solutions provider which enables businesses to accept online and card payments wherever and whenever; Smart Money is the world’s first e-wallet connected to a mobile phone and Smart Padala is the top remittance service provider in the country with more than 15,000 dealers nationwide; The digital innovation unit of PLDT and Smart, Voyager Innovations, has created PayMaya Philippines as its digital financial services
PayMaya is the foremost digital revolution of cities, organizations, schools, and communities in the Philippines by facilitating these groups with PayMaya cards as well as other digital financial provisions to pay out funds and other pertinent benefits. The Cities of Malolos in Bulacan, Muntinlupa, Balanga in Bataan and Catbalogan in Samar has resorted to cashless economy using PayMaya. First in the Philippines, school IDs double as PayMaya card which functions as a prepaid card and PayMaya, permits the recognition of Mastercard contactless cards, RFID and beep paments at NLEX, CAVITEX and SCTEX tollways.