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PayMaya continues to expand its reach in digital payments processing for the fuel retail sector by recently adding Unioil to its roster of partners. More than 70 Unioil gasoline stations across Luzon are being equipped with contactless options for card and eWallet payments powered by PayMaya.

Through the partnership, Unioil now uses the PayMaya One terminal to accept credit, debit, and prepaid card payment options for VISA, Mastercard, and JCB cardholders, as well as other e-wallet payment options such as PayMaya QR, WeChat Pay, and GrabPay.

PayMaya is currently the leading payment company in the Philippines with the widest deployment of Android-based POS terminals in the Philippines. The PayMaya One device is being used by major supermarkets, restaurants, service providers, and government agencies across the country.

We’ve been doing our part to progress responsibly in the New Normal, and our partnership with PayMaya plays an important role in providing safer and more convenient payment transactions for both our customers and frontliners,” said Eduardo C. Pasion, Unioil Vice President for Retail. "By allowing us to offer multiple digital payment options both for cards and eWallet apps, we are able to serve our customers with the ease and safety that is necessary during this time."

A pioneer in offering innovative petroleum solutions, Unioil is a leading-edge partner for specialty oils, fuels, and lubricants since 1966. Unioil is the only gasoline station in the country that offers an all Euro5-compliant lineup. All Unioil gasoline variants contain a very low sulfur content of only 10ppm which is 5x cleaner than Euro4 gasoline fuels.  It provides cleaner emissions for cleaner air and a healthier environment.  

Unioil made a strategic move in implementing the PayMaya One device across their branches as it caters to any form of cashless payments from motorists and at the same time, provides cashless convenience to its frontliners. More and more motorists are expected to use contactless payments as the government pushes for safer payment methods especially in the public transportation sector,” said PayMaya President Shailesh Baidwan.

As Unioil and PayMaya team up to promote cashless payments, both frontline staff and customers can practice safety measures by avoiding cash transactions while experiencing payment convenience. The PayMaya One terminal is wireless and ATEX-certified, providing motorists a safe and seamless way to settle their payments as they don’t have to leave their vehicles to enter their PIN for their payment. To know more about the PayMaya One device and other PayMaya Enterprise solutions, visit http://enterprise.paymaya.com.