Tuesday, November 24, digital mobile lender ING Bank Manila launched an account for electronic payments for bills and retail purchases.
ING Philippines introduced ING Pay, which allows customers to pay bills using its mobile app for more than 70 companies, including those in the utilities, insurance, and credit card industries, it said in an online briefing.
“With a strong focus on customer-centricity, we are able to leverage technology and make banking processes easy, so customers do not have to spend more time than necessary. We deliver personal and instant insights so customers can take actions or just have peace of mind that their finances are being taken care of,” ING Philippines Head of Retail Banking Mohamed Keraine said in the briefing.
Transactions do not require enrolment and no transfer fees will be charged. The account also provides a free virtual debit card which customers can use to make digital retail payments.