I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been busy at work and had to attend to an emergency regarding family members needing money in the province. Good thing GCash has gone a long way from just being a mobile wallet.
In the last 5 years, this magnificent tool has introduced a lot of amazing innovations –it is literally reshaping the way we handle our finances. And what’s even more amazing is that everyone who has a phone can access its services!
With GCash’s Money Transfer services, sending money to loved ones is as easy as a push of a button.
Just download and open your GCash app. If you are transferring money to GCash from an international account, choose from one of the remittance options. GCash has partnered with money transfer channels such as Western Union, Moneygram and AlipayHK, which are popular among overseas Filipino workers.
If you choose over-the-counter cash-in, GCash has 15,000 partner outlets that will accept transfers to your GCash account. Choose one.
If you prefer to do online banking, there are 36 banks that will allow you to link your bank account with GCash so you can move your money from your bank to your GCash app. Make sure you check if your bank charges fees for such transfers.
As of July 2019, the cash-in limit is P50,000 per day, but that should be enough to cover most daily transactions.
I’ve been using my GCash to pay bills, buy load, send money, bank and all sorts of things.
GCash is so easy to use and one of the mobile apps that everyone should have on their phones right now.