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These Banks Will Not Have Online Transfer Fees This YearFor InstaPay and PesoNet.
Banking online is not only safer during the coronavirus quarantine, it will also be cheaper. Consider the ATM and over-the-counter fees that pile up over time. For the rest of the year, transfer fees using InstaPay and& PesoNet are waived, the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas said.
InstaPay and PesoNet are platforms that facilitate transactions between different banks, say you want to transfer from your BPI account to a BDO account. Costs per transaction vary, up to P50. These were established to encourage the public to go cashless, especially during the pandemic when people are encouraged to stay at home.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
InstaPay and PesoNet fees are waived until Dec. 31, 2020 for the following:CONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended Videos
- Union Bank of the Philippines
- Asia United Bank
- Land Bank of the Philippines
- Development Bank of the Philippines
- Security Bank
- Sterling Bank of Asia
- Standard Chartered Bank
- East West Bank
- United Coconut Planters Bank
- Maybank Philippines
- HSBC (waived for retail, reduced to P50 from P150 for corporate)
Until Sept. 31, 2020, InstaPay and PesoNet fees are waived for the following:
- BDO Unibank
- Bank of Commerce
- Robinsons Bank
- PS Bank
- PayMaya Philippines
- G-Xchange, Inc.
- China Bank Savings
- Equicom Savings Bank
Until further notice, InstaPay and PesoNet fees are waived for:
- MUFG Bank
- CTBC Bank
- Bank of China
This story originally appeared on Reportr.ph.
*Minor edits have been made by the SmartParenting.com.ph editors.
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