Pay for your Honda's service through cashless payment channels

Paying via cash is slowly being replaced with e-payments. Today it's more common to see transactions made through cashless payment channels such as GCash, PayMaya, and Dragon Pay to name a few. Most businesses around the country have also begun accepting them, whether it's a restaurant or a supermarket.

Well, it seems Honda Cars Philippines Inc (HCPI) will be joining that growing list of businesses accepting cashless payments as well after the automaker announced that cashless payment options are now available at select Honda Cars dealerships and authorized service centers.

At the moment, however, only GCash and PayMaya are accepted. Furthermore, not all dealerships will be accepting cashless payments. You can't use GCash or PayMaya to purchase a brand new car either... at least not yet. Honda says cashless payments will initially be available for service transactions only.

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Want to pay for your next service with GCash or PayMaya? The following Honda Cars dealerships and service centers are now accepting cashless transactions – Honda Cars Bulacan, Honda Cars Batangas, Honda Cars Makati, Honda Cars Pasig, Honda Cars Alabang, Honda Cars Shaw, Honda Cars Global City, Honda Cars Manila Bay, Honda Cars Quezon City, Honda Tandang Sora Service Center, Honda Cars Manila, Honda Cars Greenhills, Honda Cars Cebu, Inc., Honda Cars Mandaue, Honda Cars Negros Occidental, Honda Cars Iloilo, Honda Cars Cagayan de Oro.

All dealerships and service centers listed above accept PayMaya. However, payment via GCash is not yet available at the Bulacan, Batangas, Quezon City, Manila, and Greenhills dealerships, including the Tandang Sora Service Center.

No doubt cashless payments have become a part of the new normal. Aside from making transactions easier, they also help prevent the spread of the virus as there is no physical transaction. So, will you be paying for your Honda's next service through cash, or will you try out the new GCash and PayMaya method?