PayMaya further expanded its large network of reloading touchpoints through a collaboration with payment center ExpressPay.
PayMaya and ExpressPay
The collaboration with ExpressPay bolsters PayMaya’s already large network of reloading touchpoints across the country. The move is said to provide us, the consumers, with more options should reloading existing touchpoints fail (I’m looking at you 7-11).
ExpressPay has over a thousand reloading centers nationwide. This adds to PayMaya’s more than 15,000 top up stations. To load up at ExpressPay outlets simply visit any ExpressPay branch, tell the cashier that you want to load up your PayMaya account, and give your PayMaya mobile number and desired load amount. Pay the amount to the cashier and wait for an SMS confirmation from PayMaya before leaving the ExpressPay branch. Minimum load up amount is Php100.
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I am an avid PayMaya user because of the convenience of cashless transactions and reloading of my Smart prepaid line (prepaid loads are discounted in the service’s in-app store). I almost always reload via 7-11’s Cliqq payment machines because of how prolific they are in my area (there are four within 3 minutes of my office). The biggest and most frustrating issue with that is these machines are always off line. Adding ExpressPay gives us users another option should our preferred reloading method fails.
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