New feature allows users to send money to phonebook, e-mail, and Facebook contacts.

If you’re an iPhone and Globe Gcash user, you’re probably unhappy with how you navigate your way to the GCASH SIM Application. This month, you won’t have to that again.

Philippine telecommunications giant Globe Telecom, through its internationally acclaimed mobile commerce service GCASH, announces a first in the industry with the launch of the GCASH mobile app for Apple iPhones by March 2012.  The GCASH iPhone app will be available for download at the iTunes App Store for free.

The iPhone app makes Gcash transactions like sending money, buying airtime load, and paying bills conveniently and without the need to memorize keywords or access numbers.

With the all-new GCASH mobile app for iPhone, all transactions can be viewed instantly.

In addition, the app boasts of a new feature enabling users to send money not only to people in their phonebook but also to their e-mail and Facebook contacts.

“The new GCASH mobile app for iPhones will make our customers enjoy doing their GCASH transactions,” said Paolo Baltao, President of G-Xchange, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Globe and operator of GCASH, “We are setting a new standard for customer experience in the field of financial services.”

When a subscriber launches the GCASH mobile app, he just needs to type in his mobile number and Mobile PIN (MPIN) to log in.  He will be greeted with his “moneybook” which lists down all his GCASH transactions for the month in real-time.  Clean and intuitively-designed screens will guide the subscriber in doing his GCASH transactions.

New feature allows users to send money to phonebook, e-mail, and Facebook contacts.
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  1. As a postpaid subscriber, unless they put those charges per transaction as part of the consumables for our plan (or make transactions initiated by this app free by using a data plan), I won’t be using G-Cash coz using it will just increase my monthly bill.