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Baguio City Now Uses an App for Cashless Transactions

It's called SquidPay.
by Clara Rosales
Jan 21, 2021
Photo/s: Pixabay / FirmBee

Baguio City on Thursday said cashless payments for its government services can now be settled via SquidPay app as precaution against COVID-19.

SquidPay has a license from the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas and functions as an electronic wallet.


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The following facilities in Baguio City will be covered by SquidPay:

  • Parks
  • Public market
  • Parking
  • Transport
  • Government services
  • Private business
  • SME

The following services can also be done via SquidPay:

  • Send money
  • Pay bills
  • Buy mobile load
  • Pay for goods and services at affiliated stores


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SquidPay users can cash-in via bank deposits, over-the-counter sales at SquidPay kiosks, internet banking transfers, and payment centers.

The app is integrated with InstaPay, allowing for real-time money transfers to participating BSP-regulated banks and e-money issuers.

Wiithdrawals can be made via authorized partner banks, payment centers, SquidPay kiosks, and SquidPay debit cards via Bancnet, Visa, MasterCard.

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