PayMaya Launches "Don't Pay Cash, PayMaya!" Campaign To Boost Digital Payment Adoption in the Philippines

PayMaya is still working very hard in pushing its nationwide campaign encouraging Filipinos to go cashless in paying their everyday transactions not just online but also offline. One of their latest campaigns has just been launched called "Don't Pay Cash, PayMaya!" which aims to promote a more convenient, fun, and rewarding payment experience for every Filipino nationwide.

With the this brand new campaign, the digital financial services leader also unveiled an enhanced PayMaya mobile app, exciting new features, and more compelling merchant partner promos, as well as the best cashback promos and discounts for an overall more rewarding experience for all users.

Furthermore, this Don't Pay Cash, PayMaya! campaign launch comes with a catchy jingle with lyrics promoting the best perks of going cashless that is set against the tune of the song "Ligaya", yes that song popularized by none other than Eraserheads. Check it out below.

PayMaya's Chief Operating Officer and Managing Director Paolo Alonzo said, "PayMaya is undoubtedly the best way to pay in the Philippines today. Our formula is simple - make digital payments accessible, more convenient, more secure, more rewarding, and more fun. With a newer and smoother app experience, the biggest discounts and cashback promos, and an ever-growing network of merchant and add money partners, it's now better to 'PayMaya' instead of paying with cash."

Just in September alone of this year, PayMaya users were able to enjoy cashbacks as much as Php5,000 across various promos rolled by the company nationwide. These cashback rewards were taken advantage by PayMaya users by simply using their PayMaya account to buy prepaid load, gaming pins, pay their bills, send money to other users, pay using PayMaya QR code feature with partner merchants and do online shopping. And there is more to come most especially this coming holiday season! So stay tuned.

To learn more about PayMaya and about this campaign, you can follow them on Facebook or visit their website at
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