Customers of Rose Pharmacy now have a new payment option whenever they need to pay for medicines and other retail items in-store as the Cebu-based drugstore chain begins accepting cashless payments in collaboration with PLDT Enterprise and PayMaya.

Initially, 130 branches of Rose Pharmacy around the country will have PayMaya QR as a payment option, with more stores to come in the coming months. This will allow customers to transact in-store using only their mobile phones with the PayMaya app installed.

Similarly, select Rose Pharmacy branches and Rose Pharmacy’s online delivery service (www.rosepharmacy.com) are now also capable of accepting VISA and Mastercard payments similarly powered by PayMaya Business.

Improving our in-store customer experience is a top priority for Rose Pharmacy, and this partnership with PLDT and PayMaya contributes to our commitment to bring our customers the benefits and advantages of new technologies. Now, our customers will have wider, faster and very secure payment option at their disposal. Choosing to pay by card or using the mobile generated QR code has never been easier at Rose Pharmacy.” said Charlie Bettencourt, CEO at Rose Pharmacy.

One of the Philippines’ top pharmaceutical retailers, Rose Pharmacy was established in Cebu City in 1952 and now caters to everyone with more than 250 branches all across the country providing high-quality and affordable products to customers.

The retail landscape here and abroad is changing very fast, which is why we laud retailers like Rose Pharmacy in their efforts to keep up with these changes in service of their customers. PayMaya’s cashless solutions will definitely bring in a more delightful and convenient experience to their customers nationwide,” added Orlando B. Vea, President and CEO at PayMaya Philippines.

We laud Rose Pharmacy for taking the lead in the transformation efforts of their business by offering cashless options to their customers through PayMaya. We look forward to working closely with them as they take on this digital transformation journey toward the future,” said PLDT and Smart Chief Revenue Officer & ePLDT President and CEO Eric R. Alberto.

Cashless convenience and perks

As an introductory treat, customers who will pay via PayMaya QR in participating Rose Pharmacy branches will receive a 20% cashback on their purchases from May 22 to June 22, 2018. The offer is valid only for a maximum cashback of P300 per store, per day.*

Setting up a PayMaya account only takes one minute–all users have to do is download the PayMaya app from the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store, sign up for an account using their mobile number, and that’s it!

They can then Add Money to their PayMaya accounts through the more than 20,000 touchpoints available nationwide, including Smart Padala centers, 7-Eleven Outlets, Touchpay Kiosks, UnionBank ATMs, Shopwise, Wellcome, 2Go, ExpressPay, Cebuana Lhuillier, Palawan Pawnshop branches, Smart Padala centers, BDO, UnionBank Online, RCBC Online Banking, and financial institutions that are part of InstaPay, among many others.

Once they have added money to their accounts, they may now use their PayMaya app to pay bills, buy discounted prepaid mobile load from all local networks, shop online using the virtual card or pay for items in-store using PayMaya QR. Should they decide to do so, they may also withdraw the funds by linking a physical PayMaya card in the app and using it in Bancnet ATMs nationwide.

To know more about PayMaya’s products, services and promotions, visit www.paymaya.com or follow @PayMayaOfficial on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. 

*Per DTI Permit No. 6904, Series of 2018

I am Karina Ramos, a mom of three amazing kids. I am fascinated with almost every aspect of life, especially technology.

2 Comments

    • Karina Ramos Reply

      Napaka convenient pag online diba? Pero di kasi pare pareho eh, minsan may magandang feature si PayMaya minsan mas ok si Gcash. 🙂

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