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Smart teams up with fintech startup TrueMoney

PLDT wireless unit Smart Communications Inc. is expanding its retail accessibility with TrueMoney, the fastest growing financial technology company in Southeast Asia.

Under the partnership, Smart, TNT and Sun subscribers can easily buy prepaid load, particularly Gigavideo+ 149, through the 20,000-plus TrueMoney centers all over the Philippines.

Smart teams up with fintech startup TrueMoney
From left: George Gordon, assistant vice president and channel head for key accounts at Smart; Precy Katigbak, VP and head at national key accounts at PLDT-Smart; Jenilyn Valdez, CFO and OIC-CEO of TrueMoney; Steven Christian Nardo, business unit head of Payments at TrueMoney; and Jeff Boone, general manager of LoadCentral. 
With Gigavideo+ 149, subscribers can enjoy 2GB data allocation, plus 1GB video every day and unli-call and texts to Smart, TNT and Sun for a whole week on the country’s fastest network. Customers may also get additional P10 load when they avail of the Giga load package from Sept. 10 to Dec. 31, 2019 exclusively from TrueMoney.

“This partnership is a fulfillment of a shared vision with TrueMoney, which is to bring more value and convenience to our customers. Our goal is to make our products and services more available to our millions of mobile prepaid subscribers nationwide,” said Precy Katigbak, vice president and head of national key accounts at PLDT-Smart.

“We look forward to this collaboration with an innovative and reliable partner like Smart as we connect more underserved sectors with digital and financial services in the country,” said Jenilyn Valdez, chief financial officer and OIC-CEO of TrueMoney.

The partnership between Smart and TrueMoney was also made possible with the support of Uniwiz Trade Sales Inc. (LoadCentral).

“We are happy to be part of the alliance of these two technology brands in the country,” said Jeff Boone, general manager of LoadCentral.

Topics: PLDT , Smart Communications Inc. , TrueMoney , financial technology
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