Cebu Pacific partners with PayRemit to expand payment options
The Philippines’ leading airline, Cebu Pacific Air (CEB), expands its payment channels to enable all its customers to pay for their flight bookings even if they do not have credit cards. CEB has partnered with PayRemit, a payment gateway owned by the Ventaja International Corp.
Through PayRemit, travellers can now purchase tickets online, whether via the CEB website or the mobile app, even without a credit card. Customers have to simply take note of the reference number and present it over-the-counter at any of the authorized PayRemit counters in Asia, the Middle East, Europe, and Canada, then settle in cash.
“PayRemit allows our customers the opportunity to book year-round low fares on Cebu Pacific, and pay for these through a convenient and hassle-free payment portal. Our Filipino expatriates, in particular, will now have more flexibility to book and buy flights,” said Candice Iyog, Vice President for Marketing of Cebu Pacific.
PayRemit is available in 26 countries with 55 remittances agents and their 500+ branches. Customers may pay for their Cebu Pacific flights at any of the following PayRemit partner agents: Hatari Exchange in Hong Kong; Brunphil and Redimoney Express in Singapore; Speed Money Transfer in Japan; and the following exchanges in UAE: Al Fuad, Al Ghurair, Al Rostamani, Delma, Emirates India, Progoti, and UAE.
“The ability of our customers to pay for tickets through PayRemit widens their options to search for the lowest fares and secure their bookings. It makes it easier for them to pay at accredited remittance centers. With this alliance, we expect that more of our customers will benefit from the low fares Cebu Pacific offers,” said Mix Acuros, Area Manager for Asia of Ventaja.