BPI launches new website in Beta

BPI launches new website in Beta

Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI), the country’s third largest bank by assets, has launched the BPI Online Beta which is basically a revamped version of its Express Online website.


After years of what seemed like an early-2000-esque website design, the new website has now a better layout with clean interface and improved user experience. It is also said to have a better security as the transfers to others and bill payments’ transactions has now an integrated One-Time PIN (OTP).

Features in BPI Online Beta include the following:

  • View your deposit, credit card, and prepaid card account balances
  • Check your transaction history
  • Transfer money to own and other enrolled accounts
  • Pay bills

You may visit this link to try out BPI Online Beta.

This article was written by Heland Ortega, Junior Contributor of YugaTech. He is a graduate of Information Technology and Multimedia Arts at FEU Institute of Technology in where he is also now working as a full-time faculty. You can follow him at @helandortega.

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6 Responses

  1. deuts says:

    You can’t do investment transactions (YET) with this beta site.

  2. Federico Mengote says:

    is this safe?

  3. Kareen says:

    The design seems user-friendly. But the reloading feature is not there, yet. Need my Amore for online purchases.

  4. nicanor garcia says:

    Transaction history with running balance was removed. I dont understand why this useful feature was removed. Also, you cannot see history beyond 60 days. Frustrating.

  5. Mel Jarder says:

    I can’t find the option to view my statement transactions. Logging in to website was the easiest way to check and download your billing statement before and now looks like it’s remove from beta. Beta is useless coz it looks like the same with the mobile app.

  6. CE says:

    BPI could survey all its online users and not just depend on its IT people. Then BPI will get true results. The print out has tiny numbers, the lines dividing columns are bolder and thicker and clearer than the numbers. The format of the new transactions page is not an improvement over the previous one. The previous one is relaxing and easy on the eyes.

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