Pokémon Go’s launch in the Philippines is only a matter a time, and what better way to prepare for the monster-catching craze by signing up with freenet and PayMaya, two nifty apps that will surely aid Pokémon trainers in their quest to be the very best.
Through freenet, Pokémon trainers will be able to keep in touch with the latest news and trends on the Pokémon Go phenomenon. Social media feeds, events, and promotions from the local Pokémon Go community will also be available from the app for free and with no data charges.
To know more about the free and fun way to connect through freenet, visit www.freenet.ph.
And when Pokémon Go inevitably launches in the country, Pokémon trainers will be able to fully enjoy the game through in-app purchases with the help of PayMaya, the easiest way to pay online without a credit card.
The PayMaya app is available on the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store. Users only have to load their accounts with at least P60 to cover the standard app store verification fee, and link their virtual VISA card to their app store accounts to be able to make in-app purchases for Pokémon Go Pokécoins.
PayMaya users can easily and conveniently reload their virtual wallets at any of the over 15,000 PayMaya reloading stations nationwide that include SM Malls Business Centers, Robinsons Department Stores, Bayad Centers, 7-Eleven stores with Cliqq Kiosks, TouchPay Kiosks, Smart Padala Centers, and even online banking via BDO.
Aside from the mobile app, PayMaya customers can also acquire their own physical PayMaya prepaid card, usable worldwide in stores that accept VISA. A local variant also comes with its own beep wallet, allowing PayMaya users to ride the MRT, LRT, participating bus lines and transportation options, for their daily commute and of course, Pokémon hunts.
For more information about PayMaya, the safe and easy way to pay online, visit www.paymaya.com.