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Pay your bills online with these apps




Bills, bills, bills! If there’s one thing you can count on to arrive on time, that would be it. It comes to you in the most convenient way possible, such as snail mail, email, SMS, or a phone call. Paying them, however, is not always convenient as you’ll have to go an establishment and line up. But don’t worry, there’s a solution, and that is through online with these apps.

Bayad Center

First up, is the Bayad Center app. You can pay over 1,000 types of bills including government, electricity, water, cable, internet, telecommunications, insurance, loans, airline tickets, even tuition fees. You can even set bill reminders to make sure you’ll pay them on time. Also, you can send and receive funds or load your prepaid account. Funding your account can be done over 30,000 payment touchpoints in the country, including via online banking.

The Bayad Center app is available on the Google Play Store and Apple App Store.

Meralco Mobile

If you need to pay your Meralco bill, then you can also opt for the Meralco Mobile app. Once you’ve registered your account, you can view your Meralco bill and pay directly via credit card, debit card, Gcash, or Paymaya. The app also comes with other features, including the View/Report Outages, Automatic Payment, Appliance Calculator, and the ability to locate the nearest Meralco business center in your area.

The Meralco Mobile app is available on the Google Play Store and Apple App Store.

Coins.ph

Coins.ph is a mobile wallet that comes with plenty of features. You can buy prepaid load, load your beep card, send money, buy game credits, and buy and sell cryptocurrencies, send remittances. But it can also pay your bills including electricity, water, telecom, government, internet, credit cards, even Home Credit loans. It even offers rebates when you pay bills.

The Coins.ph app is available on the Google Play Store and Apple App Store.

GCash

GCash is one of the most popular virtual wallets out there. It comes with plenty of features like send money, buy load, transfer money to bank accounts, shop online, receive remittances, make purchases online, and pay bills. You can fund your GCash accounts via over-the-counter, online banking, or via remittance.

The GCash app is available on the Google Play Store and Apple App Store.

PayMaya

PayMaya is also another popular virtual wallet and has features similar to GCash. You can use it to shop online, purchase gaming credits and in-game items, receive Visa-exclusive benefits, send money, buy load, and pay bills. You can fund your PayMaya in kiosks department stores, as well as online and mobile banking.

The PayMaya app is available on the Google Play Store and Apple App Store.

OCTO by CIMB PH

OCTO by CIMB Bank is an all-digital mobile bank. It allows you to open an account without the need for an initial deposit and maintaining balance. You can cash-in via over the counter or mobile banking, transfer funds, buy load, and cash out. Like the other apps in the list, you can also pay your bills.

The OCTO by CIMB PH app is available on the Google Play Store and Apple App Store.

CliQQ by 7-Eleven

CliQQ by 7-Eleven is a mobile wallet that also works as a loyalty rewards program. You earn points whenever you purchase something at 7-Eleven. You can load your wallet in 7-Eleven stores and use the funds to make purchases or pay your bills.

The CliQQ by 7-Eleven app is available on the Google Play Store and Apple App Store.

Mobile Banking apps

If you have a bank account, then you can use your bank’s mobile banking app to pay your bills online. It’s convenient as you don’t have to transfer funds. Check your bank’s services to find out how you can enroll your bills and pay them straight from the app.

And that sums it up. Do you pay your bills online? If yes, what’s your most favorite app to use? Let us know in the comments below.



This article was written by Louie Diangson, Managing Editor of YugaTech. You can follow him at @John_Louie.

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1 Response

  1. Mark says:

    Glad to have read this. I can pay my BPI credit card pala through Paymaya kahit wala akong account sa BPI.

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