How to load your Beep Card with PayMaya or Smart Padala

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Here’s how you can load your Beep Card via PayMaya and Smart Padala.

PayMaya recently partnered with Beep, providing users with an easier and more convenient way to reload their Beep Cards with their mobile phones.

With the partnership, commuters can enjoy a safe and contactless commute by simply purchasing beep load packages on the PayMaya app. With this load up method, there is no longer a need for face-to-face interactions with the teller, as well as exchange of cash, which can contribute to the further spread of the virus.


PayMaya users can buy Beep load packages in PHP 100, PHP 250, and PHP 500 denominations. A PHP 5 convenience fee is charged for every purchase.

For other methods of reloading your Beep Card, you may check out our post: How to reload your Beep Card online.

Load your Beep Card using PayMaya

To buy a load package using PayMaya for your Beep Card, just follow these simple steps: 

Once the beep card is loaded, you can use it on LRT 1, LRT 2, MRT 3, as well as in Point-to-Point (P2P) and Metro Manila city buses. You can also use it on supported PUVs that accept beep cards as a payment method.

Load through Smart Padala

Apart from PayMaya, commuters can also reload their Beep Cards via select Smart Padala agents. You will be charged PHP 10 transaction fee.

To do this, just follow these easy steps: 

For those who don’t have their own PayMaya account, you can download the app for free on the Google Playstore and the Apple App Store. To know more deals you can get with your PayMaya account, visit

For other online methods of loading your Beep Card, you can check out our post using the link below. We listed several of Beep’s OTA partners, including several banks like BPI, China Bank, and EON (Unionbank).

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Bryan is a tech enthusiast and self-admitted geek who enjoys blogging and watching NBA clips on YouTube. He has over 20 years of experience in corporate communications, marketing services, and customer relations from different industries such as telecommunications and banking.

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