PAYMAYA Philippines, Inc. On Wednesday it announced its partnership with a bus company that provides services in northern and central Luzon
Victory Liner has tapped Pemaya for digital payments, specifically for ticket purchases and payments for cargo delivery, the digital payment firm said in an e-mailed statement.
“Filipinos deserve a better travel experience. One way to improve this is to make it easier to buy tickets and securely pay for package delivery through digital payment technology, “said Shailesh Baidwan, President of Pemaya.
Passengers can now book and pay for their bus tickets using their PayMaya account, any debit, credit, or prepaid card, or through other e-wallets on Victory Liner’s official website.
“Passengers purchasing their bus tickets at Victoria liner stations in Baguio, Calucan, Cubao, Dagupan, Olongapo, Pase, Sampalok, Santiago and Tuguegarao. They can pay via PayMaya QR or any debit, credit or prepaid card.” Has done 8
The owner of Voyager Innovations, Inc., PayMaya, announced on Tuesday that it had raised an additional $ 210 million, with a total valuation of approximately $ 1.4 billion.
The new funds will be used to launch Maya Bank (Digital Bank) services such as savings and credit, according to Voyager, the digital arm of the PLDT Group.
The added funds will be used for new products such as cryptocurrency, micro-investment and insurance.
Hastings Holdings, Inc., a unit subsidiary of PLDT Beneficial Trust Fund, is Mediaquest Holdings, Inc. It has most of the partnerships The commercial world Through the Philippine Star Group, which controls it. – RJ L Balinbin