I was looking for drinks at the Alfamart convenience store at the ground floor of the Grace Residences in Taguig when I saw a TouchPay machine. I’ve read about it on the Paymaya website, so I decided to try to use it to load my Paymaya.
It was easy, and the one-thousand peso bill that I entered into the machine got credited instantly to my Paymaya account. I immediately got a text from PayMaya informing me that my TouchPay load was already added to my PayMaya account.
Prepare the amount you want to load.
Know your Paymaya phone number.
Only paper bills. No coins.
The machine will NOT give you change.
Minimum is 100 pesos.
How to Load:
Just press e-money
Enter your PayMaya phone number: 0_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Insert your money into the receptacle below
Do you want a receipt? Press Yes
Get your receipt.
Look at your phone message. See this text from PayMaya:
Awesome! You have received PHP1,000.00 on your PayMaya Account from Touchpay.
Your available balance is PHP3,587.00. Ref. No. 0913f3c4b3ce
The loading was instant. The text from Paymaya was just a few seconds after I pressed Yes.
The TouchPay receipt shows:
Service name: PAYMAYA
Service Fee: Php0.00
Total Amount Paid
Customer Support: Mon to Fri, 9am – 6pm
(02) 232-8946 / (02) 232-8947
Visit us at touchpay.ph
According to the TouchPay website, TouchPay machines are available at:
Aklatan ng Lungsod Quezon
Ateneo de Manila
Xavier School Luceat Lux
Selected branches of:
Alfamart (I used a TouchPay at an Alfamart store)
Gaisano Grand Malls