Established in 1992, RP Corominas said in a statement that it has maintained integrity over the years by providing quality taxi rides. The partnership with GCash is one of the company’s measures to adapt to the changing times and offer more convenience to customers.
“In our rapidly-developing world, everyone is in a rush. We can keep up with our customers by offering them an easy way to pay using GCash,” said Corominas.
GCash, for its part, said that it continuously expands its reach and forges different partnerships to further its aim of financial inclusion via digitization.
It said that with their #PagGCashNaBai campaign, the unbanked can place their money in an e-wallet and use it to send money, buy telco loads, pay bills, or buy things offline or online.
At the same time, businesses or even small vendors can use the application to offer their customers fast, secured, and convenient cashless transactions.
“We are proud to be the mobile payment partner of the largest taxi fleet in Cebu. Aside from providing businessmen the latest and widest mobile payment platform, the partnership will also provide RP Corominas riders an easy option to pay for their taxi bills and in the same respect, give the drivers the convenience of getting the exact payment amounts in their e-wallets,” said Mynt president and chief executive officer Anthony Thomas.
Mynt, a partnership between Globe Telecom, the Ayala Corporation, and China’s Alibaba affiliate Ant Financial, provides innovative and first-in-world fintech solutions to consumers, merchants, and organizations.
It operates two fintech companies: GCash, a micropayment service that transforms the mobile phone into a virtual wallet for secure, fast, and convenient money transfer, and Fuse, a tech-based lending company that enables Filipinos to get microloans to business loans without the traditional requirements set by banks and other lending institutions.