I was walking along a busy street when an LPG truck drove by. It had a tarpaulin streamer on it and had the G-Cash sign on the streamer.
It announced that you could purchase from this LPG distributor using G-Cash.
I didn’t get the details of the transaction. But what is notable about this is that the LPG company was not notable. What I’m trying to say is that G-Cash is starting to partner-up with smaller and obscure companies.
This obscure company (I didn’t even recognize the name!) is unlike the roster of G-Cash partners. If you take a look at the list of G-Cash partner merchants, you would observe that they are mostly establishments with country-wide operations catering to economic classes ABC.
Good indication: The G-Cash partner merchant network is now trickling down to the lesser known establishments. Hopefully soon, you’ll have small and medium enterprises within the G-Cash network. Think about going to your Greenhills tiangge and doing your Christmas shopping using G-Cash.
And then maybe in the future, jeepney drivers will also start accepting G-Cash as payment for pamasahe (fare).
“¦. Just a dream, still a dream “¦
You may say I’m a dreamer
But I’m not the only one