Paying your PLDT bills using GCash offers a convenient and efficient way to manage your telecommunications expenses. With GCash, a widely-used mobile wallet in the Philippines, you can easily settle your PLDT bills without the need for physical payments or long queues. This guide will walk you through the simple steps to pay your PLDT bills using GCash, making bill payments a breeze and freeing up more time for the things that matter to you.
Steps to Pay PLDT Using GCash
To pay your PLDT fibre invoice, you need a verified GCash account, your PLDT account number, and your telephone number. Follow these steps to pay PLDT using GCash.
- Open GCash App
You need a GCash app to pay your bill. Open your installed GCash app, or if it is not installed on your phone, then you can install it from your phone play store.
- Pay Bills GCash Service
After launching your GCash app, you can see the dashboard with several options. Click on “Pay Bills” from the GCash menu to continue. It will take you to another page to select the biller option.
Select “Telecoms” from the categories that appear on Pay Bills. Telecoms categories will appear.
Search “PLDT” in the search bar, or you can find PLDT by scrolling down from Telecoms biller options.
- Enter Your Payment Details
To proceed with your payment process, these details are required.
- Enter the 10-digit PLDT Account number written on your billing statement.
- Write your Area Code and Telephone number in the required field.
- Select your service PLDT Home Fibre
- Enter the total amount of your bill and make sure your GCash account has enough amount to pay the bill.
- Add your active email to receive the confirmation for your transaction.
- Recheck all your fields and to proceed, Click on Next.
- Payment Method
You can pay PLDT bills by using a GCash or GCash credit card. If you have a GCash credit card, click on GCredit, or if you don’t have any card, Click on GCash and select Next.
- Payment Confirmation
Recheck your payment details and Click on Confirm. After the payment process, you’ll receive an email from GCash or probably a text on your number.
Why You Should Consider GCash for PLDT Bills?
GCash is one of the most reliable payment networks all over the country. GCash helps people to deal with their financial transactions quickly without leaving home.
The GCash has been assumed as one of the most trustworthy applications for transactions and billing. Moreover, you can invest your money through the GCash app or buy insurance plans too.
E-payment is evolving as a sensation all over the world. As advancing in demand or service of the GCash app in the Philippines. Most billers have decided to add the GCash app as an E-wallet for payments. PLDT is one of the billers. PLDT has been accepting E-payments for their PLDT Landline, PLDT DSL, PLDT Fiber or PLDT Ultera services.
Making payments has become more effortless due to the availability and promptness of GCash. E-payment applications have a fantastic feature, GInsure Bill Protect, which helps you to insure your bills. In case you aren’t able to pay your bill due to an accident, GInsure will cover all your bills for up to 36 Months. To get the benefits of the GInsure feature, enrol your PLDT bills to GInsure Bill Protection whenever you pay your bill.
1. What is the Difference between PLDT DSL & Fibre?
There’s no difference between PLDT DSL & Fibre. You can make successful payments on PLDT DSL as well.
2. How To Check Area code and Telephone number?
To check your area code and telephone number, you need your PLDT billing statement. The area code and telephone number are written on the statement. Your billing statement contains a 10-digit account number, on which the first 3 digits are your area number and the last seven digits are your phone number.
3. Will The Internet Connection Be Stable After Payment Through GCash?
Once payment has been made, GCash takes 24 hours to complete the transaction process. After receiving payment, PLDT will automatically reconnect your internet connection. If it takes more time, dial 171 and contact their tech support.