I remember my first Uber trip when I was in Manila last year. It was painless and the transaction was smooth. The only worry that I had was that I needed to enter my credit card details.
And when Uber launched in Cebu, I also had friends that wanted to try it but didn't have a credit card. Uber recently introduced the option to pay in cash but sometimes it's also not safe to carry a lot of it around.
Fast forward to 2016, PayMaya (formerly Smart eMoney, Inc.) has partnered with Uber to bring peace of mind to countless Filipino customers whether they have a credit card or cardless, via cashless transactions when they book an Uber ride. With this latest development, more and more people would have an opportunity to commute in relative safety and style, thanks to PayMaya and Uber.
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