As its own way to support Philippine cinema and further its commitment to champion the Filipino, the country’s premier entertainment and tourism destination Resorts World Manila (RWM), upgraded its RWM Mobile App to give movie fans a more convenient way to book seats at the Newport Cinemas during the Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF).
Annually, the MMFF features the finest Pinoy blockbusters from various production outfits, sending movie fans all over the country join the long queues to get movie tickets. With the new RWM Mobile App update, moviegoers can simply look up movie schedules and make reservations straight through the app.
“We want every RWM Mobile App user to experience the excitement that only RWM can offer,” according to RWM Director for Digital Channels Jay Padua. “For the coming MMFF season, we upgraded the app so that users can have ease of use and get the desired result of a hassle-free booking to the movies,” he added.
The RWM Mobile App also lets users check out the latest RWM promos, performances, events, retail directory, dining specials, RWM shuttle bus schedules and pick up points, navigate through Wayfinder, and access the 24/7 live chat services for real-time customer service.
The RWM Mobile App also has a live event notification option to let guests in on the big events lined up for RWM’s Grand Fiesta Manila: Fantasy Funfair celebrations as they happen.
RWM members may also link their IDs to the app and access their respective membership dashboards to receive exclusive notifications, coupons, and promos. Non-members may also sign up for free via the app.
Download the RWM Mobile App for free at the Google Play and the iTunes App Store. For more information, visit www.rwmanila.com or call the Tourist/Visitor Hotline at (632) 908-8833.
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