Pay Your Bills Online through BPI

I've been using BPI online to pay bills for quite some time now so I thought of sharing how it works. 

But first, the prerequisite is of course, you should have a BPI (Bank of the Philippine Islands) account. If not, you may want to consider other payment options such as paying through SM Business Services or authorized Bayad Centers. 

Your BPI account should be enrolled for online banking. If it's not yet added, head over to www.bpiexpressonline.com and look for the Personal Login button (it's currently in white font under a red background) and click the Enroll Now link (gold font face). Just follow the instructions and you're good. 

Once you're account is available for viewing online, next will be to enroll the merchants you intend to pay using your account online. Visit a local BPI bank location and request to add those services added. It will take several business days before the billers are actually added. 

In the image below, I have erased the account numbers but the merchants are showing; BEC MC (BPI Credit Card), PLDT, Meralco, and Cignal Cable. You may add as many as you want. 



For a list of all merchants available for online payments, head over to your BPI account over the web, point your cursor on Payments and Reloading, then Bills Payment, and click Enroll All Other Bills. The list of billers is under the drop down Company Name. Most merchants available include utilities, banks and other financial institutions, and even schools. 

For more information on this service, you may talk to a BPI bank representative or contact them through the following options:

Call
Metro Manila 89-100 

Domestic Toll Free 
1-800-188-89100 
(available to PLDT subscribers) 

Mobile (632) 89-10000
(Call charges may apply depending on your network operator)

International Toll Free Numbers

Email
https://www.mybpimag.com/form/email-us/contact-usa.php

SMS
Send FEEDBACK to 0917-8910000.


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