Toneam Outoftown Blog Center (Outoftownblog.com) – Now that travel is back to normal, bus commuters to North and Central Luzon will not have to wait in long lines to buy tickets or pay for delivery as PayMaya provides Victory Liner with a safe and convenient digital payment service.
By partnering with Victory Liner, one of the largest transport companies in the country, and PayMaya, the only end-to-end digital financial services platform, commuters can now easily book and pay for bus tickets on Victory Liner’s website (https://www.victoryliner. com/) using their PayMaya account, any debit, credit or prepaid card, or through other e-wallets.
Meanwhile, commuters who buy bus tickets at Victory Liner stations in Baguio, Calogan, Cuba, Dagupan, Olongapo, Pasay, Sampaloc, Santiago and Tuguegarao can use PayMaya QR or any borrower. Securely scan and pay with debit, credit or prepaid cards. PayMaya enables these Victory Liner stations with PayMaya One, an all-in-one Android device that allows businesses to accept QR and any card payments.
In addition to this, PayMaya has equipped all 23 Drop and Go locations of Victory Liner with PayMaya One terminals, so consumers can conveniently pay with PayMaya QR or any card for their delivery service needs.
Customers who wish to have their packages delivered can conveniently book pick-up and delivery via the Drop and Go website https://dropandgo.ph/. It provides terminal-to-terminal freight services in Central Luzon, Northern Luzon and Metro Manila.
“Filipinos deserve a better commuting experience. One way to improve it is to make it easier and safer for people to buy tickets and pay for package deliveries through digital payment technology. We’re excited to partner with Victory Liner to create for their customers and employees better experience,” said Shailesh Baidwan, President of PayMaya.
As far as she is concerned, victory Liner President Marivic Hernandez-del Pilar Said: “Our main goal is to provide a convenient and safe commuting experience, especially with the increase in tourism activity, especially this summer. One of the best ways to do this is to provide simple and contactless Cash payment option.”
Book online with PayMaya and enjoy rewards
To give commuters an even more rewarding experience, PayMaya is offering cash back rewards when paying for one-way or round-trip tickets online from April 1 to May 31, 2022.
To earn the cash back rewards, travelers simply pay for a Victory Liner one-way or return ticket worth at least P300 using their PayMaya account at nine Victory Liner stations equipped with PayMaya One or through the Victory Liner website.
Eligible customers can enjoy up to Php50 cashback per transaction and Php300 cashback during the promotion period.
Commuters can enjoy a more valuable and safer travel experience by making it easier to book and pay for bus rides on Victory Liner’s website and stations.
PayMaya is the only end-to-end digital payments ecosystem enabler in the Philippines, with platforms and services spanning consumers, merchants, communities and governments. As of the end of March 2022, it provided financial services to more than 47 million Filipinos through its consumer platform. PayMaya’s Smart Padala network of more than 63,000 partner agent touchpoints acts as the community’s last-mile digital financial hub, providing access to unbanked and underserved digital services. Through its enterprise business, it is the largest digital payment processor in the country’s major industries, including the largest retail, food, gas, e-commerce merchants, and “everyday” merchants such as government agencies and units.
To learn more about PayMaya products and services, visit www.PayMaya.com or follow @PayMayaOfficial on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
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