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PayMaya is making it more convenient for Filipinos to make the cashless shift by expanding its Add Money partnership with The SM Store, which lets PayMaya customers to easily transact and add funds to their accounts at close to 600 additional top-up locations nationwide.

On top of the service being available at The SM Store branches nationwide, PayMaya users can now add money to their PayMaya account at the Mall Information Booth, Servicio and bills payment counters at SM Supermarket, SM Savemore, SM Hypermarket, and Waltermart touchpoints across the country.

These new Add Money channels are the latest addition to PayMaya’s extensive network of over 200,000 touchpoints nationwide – the widest in the country to date – where customers can add, transact, and send money to for their day-to-day needs.

Adding money at the SM branch near you is easy— all you have to do is follow these simple steps: 

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  1. On the PayMaya app’s home screen, select Add Money 
  2. Tap the SM icon 
  3. Enter the amount you want to add to your account (minimum P100 and maximum of P20,000) and select Continue 
  4. You will get a 7-digit code. Go to the customer service counter at The SM Store or the Bills Payment counter at SM Supermarket, SM Savemore, or SM Hypermarket and present this code along with your payment to the cashier 
  5. Wait for an SMS confirmation, and that’s it! You can now pay for your purchases using your PayMaya account.

After adding money to your PayMaya account, you can now enjoy safe, convenient, and rewarding contactless transactions at The SM Store or your favorite restaurants at SM Supermalls via PayMaya’s #BetterQR. You can also pay cashless for your groceries at SM Hypermarket and SM Supermarket using your PayMaya card.

Discover and enjoy the benefits and rewards of going cashless by downloading the PayMaya app and creating an account. Don’t Pay Cash, PayMaya!

Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.