QR codes have become one of the easiest and safest ways to send and receive money via digital banks and e-wallets. Game-changing all-in-one digital bank and money app Maya has led the charge in promoting the wider acceptance of the national standard QR Ph, which supports the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas’ goal of cultivating a cashless, financially inclusive ecosystem.
It’s easy to spot a QR Ph-enabled code—just look for the recognizable blue, yellow, and red logo resembling the Philippine flag in the middle. Today, most Maya QR codes you see when you shop at your favorite stores or dine at your go-to restaurants are already QR Ph-enabled. That means you can use any QR-Ph capable bank or e-wallet to scan the Maya QR code quickly. With QR Ph, customers can enjoy a hassle-free and safe way to pay without additional fees.
Paying with QR Ph through Maya is simple. Just follow these three easy steps:
1. Open your Maya app
2. Tap “Pay with QR” at the bottom part of the home screen
3. Scan your merchant’s QR Ph code and hit send
Did you know that you can use your Maya app to scan to pay at any merchant, even if they use a non-Maya QR code? As long as you see that distinctive QR Ph red-blue-yellow logo, you can conveniently scan the store’s QR and pay for your purchase using Maya.
To date, the QR Ph-enabled codes of banks and e-wallets that you can scan using Maya include GCash, BDO, Metrobank, RCBC, UnionBank, AUB—and more to come. Basta QR Ph, pwede ang Maya!
Completely free to download and register, Maya packs a feature-rich money app, an inclusive digital bank, and everything else you need to manage your money. Save, borrow, spend, invest, and more from your smartphone.
Maya is the leading digital bank in the Philippines with the most comprehensive payment ecosystem. Its all-in-one money platform enables Filipinos with bolder ways to master their money.
It leads millions of Filipinos—consumers, businesses, communities, and government agencies alike—into a digital economy that’s more inclusive, transparent, and empowering. Maya is powered by the country’s only end-to-end digital payments company, Maya Philippines, and Maya Bank for digital banking services.