Wednesday, March 07, 2012

16 Globe Telecom to Launch First GCASH Mobile App for Apple iPhones

Philippine telecommunications giant Globe Telecom, through its internationally acclaimed mobile commerce service GCASH, announces a first in the industry with the launch of the GCASH mobile app for Apple iPhones by March 2012.  The GCASH iPhone app will be available for download at the iTunes App Store for free.

The new GCASH iPhone app makes it more convenient for users to do their GCASH transactions like sending money, buying airtime load, and paying bills, without the need to memorize keywords or access numbers.

In addition, the app boasts of a new feature enabling users to send money not only to people in their phonebook but also to their e-mail and Facebook contacts. 

“The new GCASH mobile app for iPhones will make our customers enjoy doing their GCASH transactions,” said Paolo Baltao, President of G-Xchange, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Globe and operator of GCASH, “We are setting a new standard for customer experience in the field of financial services.”

When a subscriber launches the GCASH mobile app, he just needs to type in his mobile number and Mobile PIN (MPIN) to log in.  He will be greeted with his “moneybook” which lists down all his GCASH transactions for the month in real-time.  Clean and intuitively-designed screens will guide the subscriber in doing his GCASH transactions.

With the all-new GCash mobile app 
for iPhone,  all transactions can be
 viewed instantly

New feature allows users to send 
money to phonebook, e-mail
and Facebook contacts.

About Globe Telecom:

Globe Telecom is a leading full-service telecommunications company in the Philippines, serving the needs of consumers and businesses across an entire suite of products and services which include mobile, fixed, broadband, data connections, internet, and managed services. Its principals are Ayala Corporation and Singapore Telecom; both acknowledged industry leaders in the country and across the region. 

Now, that’s hassle free money transfer experience for us! 


Monday, March 05, 2012

5 The Good & The Bad Delivery Service

On the last hour of the month of February and because of the scorching weather here in Manila, I thought I needed something cold and sweet. After a few minutes, I found myself logging-in to my McDo online delivery website account. I got myself a 6-pc chicken nuggets meal (large fries and upgrade to monster coke float). Although, the store is just a few steps from our house, I'm too lazy to get a decent shirt and go there. 

After submitting my orders, in a matter of 5 mins, I got a text message confirming my order. By the way, you only get text messages if the store already knows you. LOL On the message, it says, pls expect your food after 30mins. Okay. Good. 

After 30mins, no delivery crew in our door steps. On the 35th minute, the store manager texted me and said, "Mam, pasensya na po, medyo madedelay po ang food nyo, may konting problema lang po sa delivery guy namin. Sorry po talaga." 

So, I replied : "That's fine. No worries. Just make sure my food is not lapsed when they get here, pls. Thanks." 

Got another response from her: "Yes Mam. Pasensya na po tlg. Your food is on its way na po to your location. Thanks for understanding." 

After merely 45mins, I got my food. When I opened the bag, I got something else. Then I received another text message: "Pls accept your complimentary fries as a token for your understanding us."

I actually smiled. Felt good, honestly. I replied "Got my food now. Thanks for being honest and for the free fries." 

Sometimes, it needs a little of honesty and letting customers know on what happened to their food. This makes a great impact on our customer experience. The free fries is also optional. :-P

Good job, Mcdo! 

Friday, March 02, 2012

0 2nd Volunteering Expo (VSO Bahaginan)

VSO-Bahaginan invites you to the Second Volunteering Expo of on March 13, 2012 at the Intercontinental Manila, Makati City. Entitled "Active Communities, Sustainable Future," the Volunteering Expo will serve as a platform for celebrating and inspiring volunteerism in government, non-government, corporate, and academic sectors.

For more information, please click here to view the e-poster.

This post is re-blogged from BLOGGERS 4 CHANGE.


Thursday, March 01, 2012

1 1st Pinoy Junior Masterchef To Grace The PIFBEX

This March 1 (Thursday), 10 am at the PICC, Kyle Imao, hailed as the first Pinoy Junior Masterchef will be in the midst of major players in the food and beverage industry. 

The 12-year old champ will do the ribbon cutting for Tradecon as it launches its 5th annual Food and Beverage Expo and HORECA (Hotel, Restaurant and Caterers Expo) which will run until March 4.

Over 300 exhibitors will be present at the expo, including both local and international suppliers, distributors, and manufacturers. International exhibitors from Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Korea and the United States will also showcase their products .For more information, log on to or call 395-5009.


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