Committed to transforming the way people do transactions, PayMaya expands its QR payments to 90 new stalls located near Manila City Mall and Divisoria. This new development continues to help people avoid the spread of COVID-19 through contactless, cashless payments.
“We want to give vendors around Manila a dignified way to sell their goods, which is why we built these upgraded stalls for them, free of charge. And to further improve the way they run their business, we are equipping them with contactless payments with the help of PayMaya,” Manila Mayor Isko Moreno said.
The City of Manila is one of PayMaya’s partners in the push for cashless payments. Back in September 2019, the City of Manila partnered with PayMaya for the seamless distribution of benefits to senior citizens using PayMaya’s system.
“Manila City is one of the LGUs that are leading the way in digitalization. Citizens can receive their financial assistance direct to their own PayMaya accounts linked to their Manila City ID cards, and now vendors can easily and safely accept cashless payments via PayMaya,” PayMaya Founder and CEO Orlando Vea said.
Aside from Manila, other cities like Caloocan, Mandaluyong, Pasig, Quezon City, and Valenzuela have adopted PayMaya’s end-to-end digital payment solutions to better serve their constituents and at the same time, improve ease of doing business.