Bacold’s own, Bob's, leads cashless revolution as it adopts GCash scan to pay payment option. In the photo are Globe President and CEO Ernest Cu together with Bob’s owner Bob Magalona
Bob’s, one of the pioneers in the Bacolod City restaurant scene, now leads the cashless revolution as it becomes the first homegrown establishment in the City of Smile to adopt GCash scan to pay payment option.
This well-loved Bacolod icon is known for its affordable American menu such as BBQ, Baby Back Ribs and Cheeseburger and is a must-visit place for local and foreign tourists.
Although it has been in existence since 1965, Bob’s continues to innovate and grow with the times and does not hesitate to embrace new technology such as the one GCash is offering.
“We are glad to see iconic establishments like Bob’s adapting to new trends to further improve their total customer experience. With GCash scan to pay, Bob’s would be able to give its customers the option to perform hassle-free mobile cashless transactions which are also secure and convenient,” said Ernest Cu, President and CEO of Globe Telecom. Globe, together with Ant Financial and Ayala Corp., owns Mynt which operates GCash.
GCash is a mobile money service which can be used to pay for goods and services without the need for cash. Instead, through its GCash App that can be downloaded to Android and iOS devices, users can already pay their bills, buy movie tickets, buy prepaid load, send money, among other things.
With the recent addition of the scan to pay feature in the GCash App, customers are given a better alternative to cash when paying for goods and services at GCash partner merchants like Bob’s. They only need to click the Pay QR icon, scan the QR code of the establishment, and input the exact amount. No need for small bills or loose change.
The GCash wallet may be funded from any of the more than 12,000 GCash Partner Outlets nationwide, including Globe Stores, Puregold branches, SM Business Centers, Robinsons Business Centers, 7-Eleven Barcode and Cliqq kiosks, TouchPay kiosks and pawnshops such as Cebuana Lhuillier, Villarica and Tambunting.
For more information about GCash, visit https://www.gcash.com/
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