WATCH: KathNiel Stars in a New Action Film

One of my favorite things about technology is that I can use my smartphone to pay for things. I can settle my bills, use it to book rides and accommodations, and pay for groceries and services. One of my favorite apps to use is PayMaya, which does all these things and more. After launching the “Don’t Pay Cash. PayMaya!” campaign last year, which gave birth to a catchy video and jingle set to the tune of the hit ‘90’s Eraserheads song “Ligaya,” the “BalikBayad” campaign sees Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla in action-packed scenes teaming up to beat a common foe–cash.

Watch it below:

Set as a typical ‘90’s action movie complete with guns, goons, and even the penultimate “Pinoy Kontrabida” in the form of Rez Cortez, the campaign video features the two young celebrities using the powers of PayMaya to tackle everyday transactions that are typically paid with cash, such as grocery shopping, paying bills, buying load, and online shopping, among many others.

What makes PayMaya exciting to use is its BalikBayad promo, which gives cashbacks when they use it.

This month alone, PayMaya users can get as much as P6,000 in cashback when they participate in the mobile wallet’s various promos for bills payment, buying load, paying for goods and services via QR, online shopping, and sending money, among many others.

The app also expanded its list of merchants, adding Landers Superstore, Mercury Drug, KFC, Robinson’s Department Store, Total Alabang and Valenzuela, and Toys ‘R Us.

Filipinos can get in on the most rewarding mobile wallet experience by downloading the PayMaya app on their iOS or Android devices and using the code PAYMAYAKATHNIEL upon signing up to get an instant reward, apart from the many other cashback and discount perks they can get by being a PayMaya user.


This story is in partnership with Paymaya. For more information, visit the website or follow them on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram.

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