G-Xchange, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Globe Telecom, has entered into a partnership agreement with four key technology retail companies in the country to expand the distribution network of Globe Charge mobile point-of-sale (POS) solution.
Under the arrangement, Globe Charge will be carried by over 250 partner outlets located in different parts of the Philippines namely: AllPhones - 41 branches, MemoXpress - 138 branches, PC Express - 38 branches, and Silicon Valley - 37 branches.
“We are very pleased to collaborate with the country’s leading distributors of computer hardware and accessories, mobile phones, and gadgets which play a vital role in bringing Globe Charge closer to its customers. Through this partnership , small-and-medium sized enterprises will have more avenues to purchase Globe Charge credit card reader off-the-shelf and be able to use it immediately to accept more customers and generate more sales for their business,” said Xavier Marzan, President & CEO of GXI.
Marzan’s sentiment was echoed by the partners who also expressed gratitude for the tie-up. “GCash truly is an innovator in the mobile financial space. We are happy to be in partnership with them,” said Allan Catli, Marketing Manager of AllPhones while Jobi Noel Business Development Head of Silicon Valley noted that they are “very grateful partnering with Globe since we both have good intentions in making connectivity easier for a wonderful digital life.”
Globe Charge is a revolutionary service that enables entrepreneurs, small business owners, and professionals to accept credit card payments without the need for traditional credit card terminals. It allows businesses and professionals to accept MasterCard and Visa card payments, thus providing more payment options to customers, and resulting to more sales.
In order to use Globe Charge, a merchant only needs to have the following: Android or iOS device, Globe or TM SIM card with GCash account, Globe Charge Mobile Card Reader, and Globe Charge mobile app downloadable from Google Play or the App Store. It also works easily and conveniently with Wifi or mobile data, with no data charges for Globe and TM SIMs.
Aside from the retail outlets, Globe Charge can also be bought from Globe Stores and via the Globe Charge website www.globecharge.com.ph.
G-Xchange, Inc. President & CEO Xavier Marzan (center) signs a partnership agreement with top tech retail companies in the country for Globe Charge distribution. In photo (from L-R): Edward Tan, VP for Operations, MemoXpress; Jessie Tan, VP for Marketing, PC Express; Allan Catli, Marketing Manager, AllPhones; and Al Ranola, GXI Manager for Merchant Acquisition representing Silicon Valley. photo supplied
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