The GCash Team of Globe Telecoms were excited as much we do they, once again unveiled a new version of the value-added service by the giant Ayala-led Telco.
In a press briefing recently, the team announced new development for the e-wallet service such us buying E-PASS load, discounted Globe prepaid load and a lot more. More importantly, in this world of smartphones, the service has now an app for all platform – from Blackberry users, to iOS (Apple products), to your favorite Android devices.
In an android screen, here how it looks like.
You need an MPIN for you to access your GCASH, if you have registered before and forgot your MPIN, you can call the customer service to reset it for you.
Here are five stuff you can do with your Globe GCash.
- Send Money. While you can use your online banking and other companies to send money to your loved-ones, GCASH advantage is their fee. They only charge P10 per P1,000. Take that!
- Buy Globe Prepaid Load. Okay, you can just go to your favorite sari-sari store, even at 7-Eleven and buy prepaid load, but with GCash, you get 10% discount. Your P100 prepaid load, you buy only for P90. Savings!
- Pay your bills with Gcash. Still lining up, paying for parking and spending time for paying your Meralco bills? Pay it with Gcash instead and you save time and other incidental expenses. Oh, did we say you can pay other bills like your Sunlife insurance, and your credit card bills? Cool!
- Load your E-Pass. You use SLEX daily? GCASH lets you load your E-Pass without having to buy from your favorite gas stations. Awesome!
- Do Online Shopping. Everybody will agree, shopping is a therapy specially for most women. You shop at Multiply.com? If yes, then you know you can pay GCash from its vendors. But wait there’s more! Globe GCASH team revealed that they have plans to enable GCASH to be used for international shopping very soon. So with enough credit in your GCASH, you can know buy stuff from Amazon.com, Bestbuy.com and a lot more. The facility will include shipping even to your doorstep! Exciting!
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