The Beginner's Guide to Cashless Living
It's doable nowadays.
(SPOT.ph) When you're always out and about, your day-to-day life can turn into an endless cycle of making plans and figuring out if you can make them happen with your resources. And by resources, we mostly mean your time and money. Wouldn't it be great to not have to worry about either?
One way to do just that is by living a cashless lifestyle. Making the switch will take some getting used to, but thanks to technology, it's very doable. Here's what's in store for you if you go cashless:
Lining up when paying for bills becomes a thing of the past.
Say goodbye to having to rush to the bank or payment center when due dates come around. Since you can transfer all necessary funds using just your phone or computer, you can skip the line altogether.
Online shopping becomes much more hassle-free.
You'll no longer need to deal with making bank deposits or waiting around at home to pay upon delivery. Tracking your purchases becomes easier, too!
You never have to worry about your commute home.
When enjoying a night out, having to save enough money for the ride home becomes a non-issue. Book a ride online and get to your door without having to scrounge around for spare change.
Eating out and watching movies can all be done with one a tap.
A quick tap on your smartphone can get you a reservation at your fave restaurant or tickets to the latest blockbuster. With a mobile wallet, you’ll have more time to actually do the things you enjoy doing instead of waiting around or falling in line.
Plastic isn't the only way to go cashless.
GCash is a BSP-regulated mobile money service that lets you buy load, book movie tickets, purchase items, send and receive money, pay bills, and more using your Globe or TM mobile number. There's no minimum cash input required, so you can control the money that goes in and out of your GCash account. And what's more: you can do everything else mentioned above, and more, when you start using GCash.