Sun Cellular opens prepaid reloading via Security Bank Online
In an effort to augment its already pervasive range of service channels, Sun Cellular opens prepaid reloading via Security Bank Online.
“We tap on the sophistication of online banking to create a convenient and reliable channel for our customers to reload their Sun prepaid accounts anytime. Now, Security Bank Online clients can get 24/7 access to Sun load using just their gadgets and an internet connection,” says Michele Curran, Vice President for Marketing of Sun Business, Sun Cellular’s corporate solutions unit.
This new service channel accommodates reloading transactions for Sun Prepaid, Fixed Load and Easy Line accounts. Subscribers would just have to log-on to their Security Bank Online account and choose the option for Prepaid Reloading. This will let them transfer credits from their account to their mobile number in the form of prepaid load.
Recently, Sun Cellular has also partnered with BDO to incorporate Sun Cellular Prepaid Reloading Service into the existing point of sales of their different branches. This gives Sun subscribers to have alternate means for reloading, besides going to their neighborhood retailers and sari-sari stores.
Curran also relates that further to their bank and financial institution partnerships for postpaid bills payment, Sun Cellular has also embarked on using these systems to better serve their prepaid patrons. Sun has then opened prepaid reloading via outlets of 7-Eleven, Cebuana Lhullier, Netopia, Global Pinoy Remittance & Services and LoadCentral.
“Through synergies and partnerships like this, we cap off the customer experience by giving them a stronger network support and a far-reaching array of service channels. Beyond 24/7 communications, Sun Cellular is set to stand for convenience and reliability of service, as well,” Curran adds.
Sun Cellular is a member of the Philippine Long Distance Co. Group.