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Paleng-QR PH

BSP, banks mull reduction in e-payment fees for small transactions

Meanwhile, Pasig City has become the first local government unit in the National Capital Region and the sixth in the Philippines to launch the Paleng-QR PH Plus program.

Lapu-Lapu is latest city to join Paleng-QR PH Plus initiative

Lapu-Lapu is the fifth city in the Philippines to launch the Paleng-QR Ph Plus program following the cities of Baguio, Davao, Tagbilaran, and Naga.

Maya picks Naga City as starting point for rollout of ‘Paleng-QR’ in Bicol

Through the Paleng-QR program, market vendors, shopkeepers, and tricycle drivers can accept digital payments from customers regardless of their e-wallet or bank accounts via QR Ph, the national standard for QR payment.

Tagbilaran is first LGU in Visayas to roll out govt’s QR payment initiative

Tagbilaran City has joined a growing roster of LGUs that are implementing “Paleng-QR Ph Plus,” a nationwide program that promotes digital payments in public markets, tricycle hubs, and other establishments.

BSP credits group of UPLB students for ‘Paleng-QR PH’ concept

Recently launched in Baguio City, Paleng-QR PH promotes the digitalization of transactions by market vendors, shopkeepers, and tricycle drivers across the country through QR PH, the Philippine standard for using quick response (QR) technology for e-payments.

Baguio City is first LGU to roll out Paleng-QR PH program

Paleng-QR PH aims to build the digital payments ecosystem in the country by promoting cashless payments in public markets and public transportation.
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