You wait in traffic for hours, why would you want to wait in line again just to pay for your monthly dues? It takes a bit of getting used to, but doing everything digitally is probably the most efficient way of paying your bills, especially when you can securely do transactions with your phone.

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PayMaya, one of the country's premier digital financial companies, has recently unveiled an updated app, which enables more cashbacks and rewards to encourage people to opt for cashless transactions.

"PayMaya is undoubtedly the best way to pay in the Philippines today," said CEO and Managing Director Paolo Azzola in a release. "Our formula is simple—make digital payments accessible, more convenient, more secure, more rewrding, and more fun. With a newer and smoother app experience, the biggest discounts and cashback promos, and an ever-growing network of merchant and add money partners, it's now better to 'PayMaya' instead of paying with cash."

The new update, which is highlighted by their new "Don't Pay Cash, PayMaya" campaign, presents a more user-friendly dashboard, with services such as Sending Money, Buying Load, Sharing Treats, and Shop now available in one tap. Under Shop, you can buy a slew of products, from cellphone load to to a box of brownies from a popular kiosk.

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PayMaya also offers cashbacks which you can claim after completing several tasks, and that's on top of the regular cashbacks you can get through your usual transactions. This digital financial app and e-wallet is a great alternative to paying merchants with cash, and you're sure to earn more as you continuously use it, too. 

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"Expect more features and servies to roll out in the coming months," said Paolo. "Our goal is to make the payments experience of every Filipino hassle-free and more secure."

Here are places where you can top-up PayMaya account:

  • 7-Eleven
  • Bayad Center
  • Circle K
  • ECPay
  • eTap
  • ExpressPay
  • Gaisano Capital
  • Global Access
  • iBayad
  • Palawan Pawnshop
  • Pay&Go
  • Posible.Net
  • RD Pawnshop
  • Robinsons Department Store
  • Shopwise
  • Smart Communications Inc.
  • Smart Money
  • Smart Padala
  • The SM Store
  • TouchPay
  • Wellcome

There are hundreds of merchants that accept PayMaya in-store. You can check out the full list here.

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