With only a few faucets on their cell phone, Filipino migrants in Hong Kong can now ship cash on to their liked one’s GCash Pockets by way of the TNG Pockets app, each of which they will obtain without cost on Google Play or the App Retailer.
“Along with TNG Pockets, we’re very excited to introduce this digital remittance resolution for OFWs in Hong Kong as we share the identical purpose of offering secure, quick, and seamless digital monetary options for our clients. GCash strives to proceed its efforts to make OFWs’ lives simpler and higher wherever they’re,” GCash President and CEO Martha Sazon stated.
With this partnership, OFWs in Hong Kong are assured that their family members will obtain their remittance safely and in actual time.
“The method of sending remittances can now be simply and securely completed in only a few seconds with their cell phone on the GCash app, which additionally helps guarantee their security, particularly throughout the pandemic. At GCash, we’re constantly including new main remittance companions to the app’s community so GCash customers can now have entry to TNG Pockets and extra to come back,” GCash AVP for Worldwide Remittance Jules Abalos stated.
On the GCash app, OFWs can even pay for his or her SSS contributions by way of the Pay Payments characteristic.
They’ll additionally simply entry monetary providers resembling GInsure for inexpensive insurance coverage packages, GInvest for investments in shares and bonds, and GSave to handle their monetary financial savings.
OFWs can obtain the GCash app on Google Play or App Retailer and register an account, offered they’ve an lively and roaming Philippine SIM card. (PR)
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