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BPI to implement new fees on some online fund transfer features




BPI has issued an advisory about new fees that will be implemented on some BPI Online and Mobile app features.

Starting July 1, 2019, some BPI Online and Mobile app features will have a fee:

The advisory was published on May 30, 2019.

BPI encourages its clients to enroll 3rd party accounts to continue using its fund transfer services at no cost.

See advisory here.



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

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6 Responses

  1. Kebbot says:

    How can they encourage customer to use more digital payment or other online transactios with this fees, its their service to its customers, we are doing you favors not the other way around…

  2. Kebbot says:

    How can they encourage customers to use more digital payment or other online transactios with this fees, it should be their service to its customers.

  3. Bearish says:

    Nothing has really changed. Instapay or Pesonet was mandated by BSP and ofcourse knowing the government most probably has part of those fees as well.

    They are actually cheaper since bdo imposes 100 pesos fee Instapay.

    If you want it free you can do manualy transfer your bank to another bank. No one is forcing you to bank

    • yo mama says:

      This is for Bpi to Bpi dumbass

      Transfering from your bpi account to another bpi account will be charged, your talking about instapay which is bank to other bank.

    • Tommy Smith Smith says:

      Sa Landbank 25 pesos lang. Whether landbank or other banks. Dapat may uniformity na lang.

  4. Sjdjsk says:

    So hindi pa sapat ung auto deduct sapak s mukha na 200 kada kinsenas?

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