How Local Communities are Enjoying the Cashless Experience
May 14, 2019 9:00:00 AM
Making payments simple and easy has always been PayMaya’s primary goal. That’s why many local communities around the country have partnered with PayMaya so that more Filipinos can experience the benefits of digital payments along with exciting perks and programs. Here are a few examples:
Citizen and school IDs double as payment cards
Identification cards can now do more than just bear your name and 1×1 photo!
Residents from cities like Muntinlupa, for example, now have their own PayMaya-powered citizen ID that serve as an identification card and a payment card as well. Municipal scholars, persons with disabilities, and senior citizens also receive their allowances and other monetary benefits from the local government through their citizen ID cards.
Students from STI, Lyceum of the Philippines University Batangas, and Gordon College also have PayMaya-powered school IDs. Apart from being a prepaid card that the students can use for their purchase, the ID also records their school attendance when they tap in and out of their university gates.
Scan to pay at the ‘Digipalengke’ and other local establishments
Valenzuela residents can now shop at the local New Marulas Public Market with just their cellphones! Dubbed the “first Digipalengke of the North,” the public market is home to vendors that now accept payments via PayMayaQR, so paying for goods is as easy as scanning a QR code.
Shoppers enjoyed not only the convenience of cashless shopping but also the perks that PayMaya offers to its users—like Valenzuela residents getting a free half-kilo of rice for every QR purchase at the market!
Enjoy ‘PisoDeals’ and promos
Some communities have experienced PayMaya’s PisoDeals caravan, where items were priced at just P1 when paid for using PayMaya QR. On All Saints’ Day, residents from Norzagaray, Bulacan were able to purchase candles for just one peso.
In other localities like Miagao, Iloilo and Baliwag, Bulacan, lucky PayMaya users won prizes like livelihood packages, entertainment packages, and P25,000 in a “Piso Mula sa Puso” program. Residents used their PayMaya to purchase “Puso Wish Cards” for P1, which served as their raffle entry.
Purchase grocery items at a roving store
Grocery shopping just got even more convenient with “Ronda Tinda,” a roving cashless grocery store powered by South Emerald Supermarket and PayMaya. In its initial run around Bulacan, locals were able to purchase their groceries at a discounted price using either PayMaya QR or their PayMaya-powered citizen ID.
Have you experienced these programs in your community? Tell us about it by tagging @PayMayaOfficial on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.
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