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Bayad Center upgrades app

Filipinos can now pay over 1,000 types of bills and perform other financial transactions practically anywhere using the new version of the Bayad Center App.

Bayad Center, in partnership with leading software solutions firm, MultiSys, has recently launched the payment app in a bid to make digital financial services even more accessible and promote cashless payments for consumers to make payments easily and securely via their mobile phones.

CIS Bayad Center Inc. president and chief executive Manny Tuason said the new version of the app offers a more convenient way of settling one’s obligations. 

“Together with MultiSys, we are able to transform our bills payment app into a next-generation payment app where anyone can pay not only their bills but even their government contributions, loan payments, professional license fees, even traffic violation tickets, in the comfort of their homes,” Tuason said.

The new version of the Bayad Center App introduces additional features such as sending and receiving of mobile load and fund, payments via QR code, plus additional security features like fingerprint scanning, 4-digit MPIN, and one-time PIN (OTP) verification.

Tuason said the collaboration with MultiSys would continue as the app would add new services combining the different ride-hailing, food and parcel delivery, lodging and vehicle rental and even travel booking apps, into one lifestyle super app.

The Bayad Center App is now available both on the App Store for iOS users and Google Play Store for Android users.

Topics: Bayad Center App , MultiSys , payment app , cashless payments
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