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SMC boss seeks further extension of RFID installation deadline

San Miguel Corporation (SMC) president Ramon S. Ang is asking the Department of Transportation (DOTr) to allow the toll operators to keep the cash lane open until February because of the large volume of vehicles that don’t have the RFID stickers yet.

SMC to open 100 add’l RFID sites to meet surge in demand

SMC had noted a larger-than-expected spike in applications, particularly from non-regular users hoping to beat the deadline.

All Day taps PayMaya to bring cashless payment options online and in-store

All Day Supermarket will accept cashless payments including PayMaya QR, using the One by PayMaya terminals in their 76 convenience store branches nationwide.

Beep links up with BPI to pilot cashless bus rides in BGC, Cebu

The Ayala-owned bank said it has partnered with Beep to allow BPI Mobile app users to purchase Beep QR tickets for rides aboard the BGC Bus service and Topline Marina in Cebu.

PayMaya steps up cashless campaign with new merchant partners

By using PayMaya QR to #ScanToPay for their purchases, buyers can get the discounts on top of cashback promos from PayMaya and other deals from select PayMaya Preferred partner merchant locations.

GCash cites survey showing cashless transactions booming in PH

Sending allowance for children and family members is the top reason for money transfers, and e-wallets are seen to become increasingly relevant and attractive as it provides more functions and benefits.

Pinoy startup offers solutions for cashless transactions, digitization of MSMEs

Filipino-owned and operated startup company GoDigital Corporation has unveiled its OKTO series of software solutions for cashless transactions and for the digital transformation of MSMEs.

More Pinoys getting used to cashless payments, says survey

Convenience and safety were cited as the main reasons for opting to pay electronically.

Muntinlupa launches expanded citizen ID card powered by PayMaya

Besides having the convenience to receive funds in their MCC Plus cards, users will also be able to pay for goods and services in at least 5,000 small businesses.
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