MovOn, which claims to be the first mobile app for online bus booking in the Philippines, has announced that tickets for Victory Liner rides will soon become available on its platform.
Edwin Lim, chief executive officer of MovOn, said its tie-up with Victory Liner will ensure better commuting as more bus lines become available online. “Falling in line at bus stations will be a thing of the past with MovOn as they instantly reserve seats using the MovOn app,” he said.
With MovOn, commuters may reserve seats from three months up to just five days before their departure date by logging on to the mobile app, indicating their origin and destination, and selecting their trip date. They can then choose their preferred bus line from the list of bus operators with trips that match their routes and trip date.
“Almost everyone is using their smartphones now, and we, at MovOn, want to adapt to how Filipinos stay connected. Our mobile app is an innovation that helps Filipino commuters arrange their travels in a more convenient and practical way. From reserving a seat to making payments, everything should be hassle-free,” Lim said.
Commuters may pay using any major credit or debit card or pay over-the-counter through merchant partners nationwide.
MovOn is currently engaged with nine bus companies that have operations and buses that ply the areas of North Luzon, Central Luzon, South Luzon, and Eastern Visayas.