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How to Pay Your PLDT Bills Online
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Do you want an easy way of paying your PLDT Bills? Do you want to save more time by avoiding falling in line in any PLDT payment offices when paying your bills? There's a solution for that. What is it? It's ONLINE BANKING.


Online banking is a much easier way in paying your PLDT bills. No need to fall in line. And you can save so much time, money, and even gasoline. If online banking is new to you, don't panic. It's easy to understand.

Online Banking - for easy payment of your PLDT Bills

Online banking is a kind of service provided by banks for convenient business, payment or banking transactions using the power of computer and internet technology. With just a click of mouse, you can transact business, pay or buy anything worth millions or billions of money online. If you have a computer with an internet connection and a bank account having online banking services, you can utilize the power of online banking.

You may ask, "How would I know if my bank provides online banking services?". We'll you can ask this question to your bank whether they provide online banking services. For you to know, top banks in the Philippines such as BDO (Banco de Oro), Metrobank, Unionbank, RCBC, Bank of the Philippine Islands, HSBC and other banks provide online banking services.

For paying your PLDT Bills online, the banks who partnered with PLDT for easy and convenient payment are:
  1. Bank of the Philippine Islands
  2. BANCNET
  3. Banco de Oro (BDO)
  4. China Bank
  5. HSBC
  6. Metrobank
  7. Unionbank
If you have an account with any of the banks, call them or much better to visit them personally. Ask them that you want to enroll in their online banking services. Don't forget to tell them to assist and guide you on how to pay your PLDT bills online. They will be happy to help you on that.

Just follow what they're going to tell you. They will surely introduce you to the bank's website. Ask them to teach you how to register in their website in order to access your bank account online: your money deposited in the bank and how to transfer payment from your account to PLDT account.

You will surely love online banking.

PLDT: stands for Philippine Long Distance Telephone

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Total comments: 5
5 Arles   (13-May-2014 11:32 AM)
hellow pldt. G-V-SHOP INT is still OFFLINE. Please fix it immediately. It's difficult to contact your landline. It's hard to wait for 1 week or 2 weeks please

4 roybughao   (26-October-2012 2:10 PM)
I have due this Friday but PLDT office is close on holiday. I don't want to be disconnected.

3 leticia biag   (08-September-2012 10:28 PM)
could you forward the PLDT bill jeerbox. We do't receive any bill. I already called PLDT call center. According to the agent, he will forward the concern.

1 Nicanor C Fernandez   (17-August-2011 8:46 PM)
Kindly let me know if I can I pay my pldt bills at pnb through internet banking.

Thank you.

2 admin   (18-August-2011 0:41 AM)


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