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Here are Three (3) Contactless Ways to pay your Smart or Sun postpaid bill

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Did you know you can pay your Smart or Sun postpaid bills without having to leave your homes? Even better, without having to move from where are you are right now. Here’s how.

1. PayMaya app

The digital payments app PayMaya makes it very easy to pay your Smart and Sun Postpaid bill with a few taps on your phone. All you have to do is download the PayMaya app from the Google Play Store or Apple App Store, register for an account using your mobile number, and add money to get started on your transactions.


Once you’ve added money your account, simply select Pay Bills, choose Smart Postpaid or Sun Postpaid, and enter your account and payment details. Moreover, you can get P50 cashback when you use PayMaya to pay your Smart or Sun Postpaid bill worth at least P1,000 until May 31. To know more, visit www.smart.com.ph/Pages/billcashback for Smart, and www.suncellular.com.ph/billcashback for Sun.

2. My Smart website

If you are a Smart Postpaid customer, you can pay your bill securely via the My Smart website. Simply create a My Smart account by using your number or email address. Once you have a My Smart account, you can pay your latest bill using your credit or debit card in a few easy steps. For quick access, visit https://my.smart.com.ph/paybills/accountselection.aspx

3. Mobile or Internet Banking

Most banks now have rolled out their own mobile banking services that you can access via an app or website. You can make use of these services to pay your Smart or Sun Postpaid bill with just a few taps on your phone. For convenience, you can also enroll your postpaid subscription, so you don’t have to key it in every single time.

You can pay your Smart and Sun Postpaid bill via internet banking services of major banks, including Asia United Bank; BancNet; BDO; BPI; EastWest; Landbank; Maybank; Metrobank;

PNB; PSBank; Robinsons Bank; Security Bank; UCPB; and Union Bank. For specific features and instructions, simply refer to the website of your preferred bank.


Are you still paying bills the traditional way? Use this method and your life will much easier. Good luck!

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