E-wallet GCash added more partner billers expanding the list to 1,500 nationwide. Through the Pay Bills feature on the GCash app, consumers can settle all their payments anytime and anywhere.
Basic utilities, such as electricity, water, cable TV, internet, and telecom services, can all be paid through the app as GCash has partnered with Meralco, Meralco Kuryente Load, Maynilad, Manila Water, Globe Postpaid, and other local billers across the country. Users can also settle condominium bills and housing mortgages through GCash as it has partnered with real estate agencies and properties.
Aside from utilities and housing dues, GCash app offers a convenient way to pay for national and local government services. Filipinos can now settle payments for government documents and even traffic tickets through GCash Pay Bills. Settling taxes with the Bureau of Internal Revenue, as well as paying for real property and business taxes with select local government units is also made possible with GCash. Aside from one-time payments, monthly contributions for SSS and Pag-IBIG Fund can also be done through the Pay Bills feature.
Users may settle credit card dues, loans, insurance premiums, medical bills, and school fees for select universities and colleges through the Pay Bills service. Even loans from different partners can be paid on the app, including Home Credit, Cashalo, and Tala.
For hassle-free travel, GCash also enables users to top up their Autosweep and Easy RFID or settle their tickets with major airlines and shipping lines.
With minimal additional fees for every transaction, GCash offers a convenient way to pay bills without the hassle of having to leave home and the additional expense of having to visit bayad centers or multiple offices.
The Pay Bills service on GCash is made even more convenient as it allows users to save their billing details so they no longer have to input their account number and contact information each time they need to settle their bills. Avoiding penalties and higher interest rates due to missed payments is also made possible, thanks to the Pay Bills feature that sets reminders for the next payment date.
Because GCash is regulated by Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas and all billers in the Pay Bills service are verified to be legitimate. With stringent security measures in place, paying bills through GCash means users don’t have to worry about losing their hard-earned money to unverified payment agents.
To pay for bills via GCash, users may access the Pay Bills icon through the dashboard, or find it under “Other Services.” They may input the biller name on the search bar or choose from different categories under Pay Bills. Users should then input their billing details and verify the transaction.
Eligible users may still pay bills on time even with limited cash on hand as they can also use GCredit, the mobile credit line of GCash, to pay for select billers. GCredit is only available for fully-verified users who have enough GScore.