Tuesday, October 16, 2018
MobileTechPinoy

MVP Rewards: One Rewards Card to Rule Them All

The idea behind rewards cards is awesome in that they reward you for continually making purchases from your favorite establishments. However, it isn’t like we only ever shop from just one place. With the average Pinoy having around 4 or 5 rewards cards crammed in their wallets, it can actually be hassle keeping track of the points you’ve accumulated across all of your cards, not to mention when those points expire. Enter PLDT and Smart’s new MVP Rewards card launched just a few days ago at the Makati Shangri La, powered by Paymaya — a rewards program that gives you rebates just by paying your bills or reloading, and crediting them to your Paymaya wallet so they’re as good as cash.

Mobile services and the internet are almost basic necessities to the modern Filipino household. So if you’re a PLDT Home, Smart, Sun, or TNT customer, no doubt keeping your account current is a priority. So why not earn rebates while you’re at it? Points earned from different accounts are credited to your Paymaya-powered MVP Rewards card, and since the points are as good as cash, they never expire. Not only that, but you get to enjoy a number of perks when you use your MVP Rewards card to shop or dine locally and abroad.

“MVP Rewards is a game-changer in the country’s rewards category,” PLDT FVP and Group Head for Loyalty and Rewards Annette W. Tirol said. “We made sure that the unique benefits and features of the program and the card are truly rewarding for our subscribers. This is only the beginning of a wider roll-out that will include a bigger membership base, more partners and more exciting perks.”

If you are a qualified subscriber, you can sign up for your very own MVP Rewards card. And if you do it before February 28, 2018, you’ll get your very own personalized card delivered to you at no charge!

To sign up or learn more, just head over to www.mvprewards.ph.

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Back when I started MobileTechPinoy in 2012, phablets weren't a thing yet. I enjoyed the stares I got from iPhone owners whenever I whipped out my Samsung Galaxy Note at the time. I'm much more budget-conscious these days though and am perfectly fine with using phones from any of our locally brands.