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How to load AutoSweep RFID & Easytrip using GCash & PayMaya

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Here’s how to load money to your AutoSweep RFID and Easytrip using GCash and PayMaya on your phone.

With toll services soon to go cashless, drivers who ply the highways will need either an AutoSweep RFID or an Easytrip (or preferably both). And with the current situation, some of you might wonder what’s the easiest and safest way to do reload the RFID accounts without going out.

Luckily, you can do just that using GCash and PayMaya e-wallet apps. Reloading via e-wallets is hands down the best and most convenient way to top-up your RFID accounts, straight from your smartphone.

Lets take a look at how its done.

Load RFID using GCash

Its easy to load money to AutoSweep RFID and Easytrip using your GCash e-wallet. Payment is posted in real time. And there is a Php 10 convenience fee for every transaction. Make sure you have sufficient balance before proceeding.

  1. Open the GCash app.
  2. Go to Pay Bills. Then go to Transportation.
  3. Choose either AutoSweep RFID or Easytrip.
  4. Enter your Account Number and reload amount (minimum is Php 200). For AutoSweep, your account number is found at the back of the card.
  5. Tap Next. Review your payment details.
  6. Tap Confirm to proceed. You will receive an in-app receipt and an SMS confirmation of your transaction.

Load RFID using PayMaya

The process to load AutoSweep RFID and Easytrip using PayMaya is similar to GCash’s. Payment is also posted in real time. And you are also going to be charged a Php 10 convenience fee for every transaction. Again, make sure you have sufficient balance.

  1. Open the PayMaya app.
  2. Go to Bills. Then proceed to Toll.
  3. Choose either AutoSweep RFID or Easytrip.
  4. Enter your Account Number and reload amount (minimum is Php 200). For AutoSweep, you can also enter your plate number.
  5. Tap Continue. Review your payment details.
  6. Tap Pay to proceed. You will also receive an in-app receipt and an SMS confirmation of your transaction.

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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  1. Danilo Solis Reply

    I have used the Paymaya service now. It really is convenient doing in the comfort of my home. Thanks for this important article.

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