Money has a new look with Maya Bank by PayMaya

PayMaya, owned and operated under the PLDT group of companies, have been servicing the Filipino people early on with their smartmoney that has helped Filipinos across the country, the underserved Filipinos who doesn’t have any access to a bank or couldn’t complete the requirements of a traditional bank.


Mya Bank by PayMaya

Money has a new look with Maya Bank by PayMaya.


Fortunately, the birth of ewallets or mobile payment apps like PayMaya has paved the way for Filipinos to have their own accounts and be able to enjoy the benefits of financial services right at the palm of their hands. No more lines, no more bank appointments, just do your financial needs at the comfort of your own home, anytime, anywhere even when you are in a beach having a short vacation.


Timing was of the essence as these mobile wallets has also been utilized during a medical crisis in the height of the pandemic. People were able to send money to their love ones, receive financial aide from the local government, do their online shopping, pay utility bills such as meralco, mwss, cable, internet, telco and many more.


Aside from that, those monthly contributions and fees can also be done through the paymaya app. LGU and govenrment taxes as well.


It was high time that the ewallet goes into a full bank, the Maya Bank.




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