Catching up on your aguinaldo? Metrobank InstaPay fees waived until June 2024!

Finish your aguinaldo duties using the new Metrobank app and the waived InstaPay fees until June next year.

Still haven’t checked that list of aguinaldo this season? If you’re worried about payment fees online, you can save a lot on Metrobank.

The banking firm announced that it’s waiving transaction fees on its InstaPay service on the new Metrobank mobile app. This means you can send your aguinaldo and fulfill your duty as ninong or ninang even if you’re away.

The limited-time advantage is enjoyable in two ways: via Send Money or via QR Code.

For the Send Money feature:

  • Launch the new Metrobank app.
  • Tap Send Money in the bottom tab.
  • Enter the details and tap Immediate.
  • Enter the Purpose and tap Next.
  • Review the details and tap Confirm.
  • An OTP will be sent to the registered mobile number. Never show or share this with anyone.
  • Input the OTP and you’re good to go!

An SMS will be sent to you to notify you of this transaction.

For the QR Code feature:

  • Launch the new Metrobank app.
  • On the Dashboard, select QR at the bottom of the navigation menu.
  • After scanning the QR code, fill in the needed details for transferring funds.

Keep in mind that the waived fee is only applicable for transactions worth ₱1,000 and below. According to Philstar, you should see that the InstaPay fee costs ₱0 in the transaction details.

Also, it will only work on the new Metrobank app. So, download it on the App Store, Google Play, and AppGallery and start sending aguinaldo to your loved ones!


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