If you don’t have a credit card, you can use your PayMaya account to pay for streaming services like Netflix, HBO GO, and YouTube Premium using PayMaya’s virtual debit card.

Here’s a quick tutorial on how you can do this.

[Updated 02.08.22]

PayMaya Netflix

PayMaya and Netlfix, HBO GO, YouTube Premium and more

As with other online services, streaming platforms like Netflix and HBO GO will ask for a credit card when you subscribe to their services. And in case you don’t have one, here’s the next best alternative — PayMaya.

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PayMaya is an e-wallet that offers cashless payments, online services, and more. Each account comes with a virtual Visa debit card that you can use for online payments. You can use this to pay for Netflix and HBO GO subscriptions, among other similar services.

How to get a PayMaya Visa card

Before using your virtual card, make sure it has funds. You can reload your PayMaya account in 7-Eleven and Ministop convenience stores, select pawnshops, SM and Robinson’s Business Centers, and many others.

  1. Start by registering for a PayMaya account. You can download the PayMaya mobile app on Google Play Store or the Apple App Store.
  2. Once you have finished opening an account, you’ll be given a virtual Visa on the app which contains your card number, security code or CVV, and the expiration date. These are the details you will need for online payments and subscription services.
  3. Input your virtual card details in the payment section of your Netflix, HBO GO, and YouTube Premium accounts.

Once that’s done, you will be charged the subscription amount on your due date. Don’t forget to reload your account in time for the next billing period.

With PayMaya, we’re opening the doors to the digital life to Filipinos who don’t have credit cards by enabling access to services such as Netflix.

Paolo Azzola, co-Chief Operating Officer at PayMaya Philippines.

To learn more about PayMaya, you may visit www.paymaya.com.

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2 Comments

  1. Marjune Brena Garcia Reply

    eto nga dahilan bakit ako nag register at nag load thru bdo.. sabi nyo 2 hours lang. nag 24 hours na sabi nyo iinvestigahan ninyo.. pero gang ngaun wala pa

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