GCash expands services, encourages cashless transactions

Includes services like GInvest, GSave, and GLife




Globe’s e-wallet app is expanding its capabilities. At GCash’s Futurecast event, Globe revealed exciting new announcements for everything that’s new and improved on the GCash app. This includes a variety of new services that users of the app should certainly take note of. Check out the rundown below.


Starting with GInvest, an in-app feature that allows any GCash consumer to invest as little as PhP 50 in various GCash partners in ATRAM. This easier mode of investing is an amazing way to start for the young and inexperienced. The interest of the general public regarding investing has been on an ascent for the past few years; and now is the perfect time to do so with GInvest.


The partnership of GInsure and Singlife allows GCash users to have affordable insurance; granted if they do invest with the small fee of PhP 300. GInvest covers your accidents and sickness for a small fee, and not only that; you can now join the thousands of users to experience the benefits of GInvest.


GSave and CIMB Bank allows  users to experience a hassle-free savings experience with no fees, maintaining balance and initial deposit, this is surely a more convenient way to open a savings account. We also need to mention that the annual interest rate of GSave is 4 percent — it’s even higher than the interest rates of the leading banks! Auto-deposits are also available as long as you have sufficient balance to activate this feature.


Get your credit scores up as GCredit is now here to assist you in your financial needs. No more need of borrowing money from friends and relatives, GCash is here to save the day. Increase your score by paying dues on time and see the interest rates go down! You can also increase your scores by using the services offered by Gcash.


You can now browse through over 30 different brands and necessities by using GLife, aslo paying for the services within the app makes it so much easier to enjoy.

GCash QR

GCash offers a swift and easy way to transfer and receive money, but the rational beings we are, mistakes are inevitable. The app offers a secure way of transferring funds via QR codes, which is probably the best way to transfer funds in a secure manner.

GCash teams up with OFWs

The e-wallet makes its presence felt overseas as our beloved OFW are now introduced to another mode of fund transferring. Via P2P, OFW’s can now send money to a Philippine bank account with no latency. Remittances made easy by GCash!

GCash and CHED for the students

Surely we have been taught how to save and compute expenses and savings, GCash and CHED (Commission on Higher Education) hopes to improve financial literacy for the future generations. Partnering with BSP (Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas), DTI (Department of Trade and Industry) and GoNegosyo; we are looking forward to the increase of financial literacy among the students.

GCash proudces materials for financial literacy

This gives users another product that can help with the understanding of finances. From talk shows to games, GCash surely invested in the financial sector to help users to reach their goal.


Social problems have always been around but Globe seems to have another plan to find solutions to end the problems being faced by the affected population.

G Na! Ideas para sa Pinas

A collaboration competition for the participants as they generate new and fresh ideas that can be applied to our society.

GCash for Good

NGOs (Non-Government Organizations) taking action in difficult crisis situations.


An environmental initiative that lets you fund planting trees through the app.

It seems that GCash has already been planning for the future generations, with a huge focus on finance, we can expect GCash to have numerous new users in the months to follow.

WATCH: How to go cashless with GCash


Nokia G20 now official, promises 3-day battery life

In the budget segment



Nokia G20

Nokia has been focused on releasing budget line phones that offer good value. After announcing the Nokia G10, the company has now unveiled the Nokia G20.

The Nokia G20 features a 6.5-inch teardrop display — plenty of real estate for all sorts of things that you do with your smartphone like watching videos, browsing social, and playing games.

Running Vanilla Android, it comes with Android 11 straight out of the box and promises three years of early and consistent security updates and two years of software upgrades. The three-day battery life promise comes from both having vanilla Android as well as a 5,050mAh battery.

For unlocking, it has both a side fingerprint sensor and face unlock options. It also has a USB-C port and a 3.5mm headphone jack.

Heading over to the cameras. The Nokia G20 sports a 48MP main shooter flanked by 2MP macro and 2MP depth shooters. For selfies, there’s an 8MP front facing camera.

Price and availability

The Nokia G20 retails for US$ 199. It will be available starting June 28 on, in the 4GB+128GB dual SIM variant. Storage is expandable up to 512GB via a MicroSD card slot. It also comes in two colors: Shimmering Night and Cool Glacier.

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Lenovo Go accessories are specially made for remote workplaces

Adjusting to the new normal



Remote working has become a routine now, and companies are increasingly adopting a hybrid work culture. Work-from-home is just one of them, and many are opting for a nomadic life that’s not too far away from the city but far enough from the usual. Lenovo Go-branded accessories are specially designed to fit this hybrid culture.

The broad portfolio of purpose-built PC accessories is conceived to address common productivity pain points such as multitasking on several devices, low battery anxiety, or bad audio quality during calls.

Lenovo Go

The Lenovo Go Wireless Multi-Device Mouse lets you pair up to three devices and connect them effortlessly with a single button. If you’re looking for something different, the Wireless Vertical Mouse offers an optimized angle and curvature that mimicks a natural handshake position. Its accuracy is up to 2400 dots per inch (DPI) and includes six programmable buttons.

There’s also a USB-C Wireless Charging Kit that can charge any 13 to 14-inch laptop. All you need to do is lay the 65W mat and connect the receiver to one of the USB-C ports. The moment you place your laptop on the desk, it’s ready to charge. The Wireless Mobile Power Bank has a capacity of 10,000mAh and can simultaneously charge up to 30W of devices, one via wireless Qi and two via USB-C.

There’s also a Wired Speakerphone that eliminates headset pressure and delivers top-notch sound. It contains two microphones for beamforming and far-field pickup to improve voice clarity.  In case you’re looking for something that’s audio-focused, the Wired ANC Headset and Wireless ANC Headset offer maximum options in terms of connectivity. The latter also supports USB-C connections and dual pairing. Lastly, an In-ear option is also available, which also supports ANC (Active Noise Cancellation).

Tech Accessories Organizer is also available with compression-molded compartments and splash-proof zippers to keep care of all your accessories.

Price and Availability

Lenovo Go Wireless Multi-Device Mouse July 2021 €49 (US$ 58)
Lenovo Go USB-C Wireless Mouse July 2021 €36 (US$ 43)
Lenovo Go Wireless Vertical Mouse Aug 2021 €49 (US$ 59)
Lenovo Go Wireless Split Keyboard Oct 2021 €89 (US$ 106)
Lenovo Go Wireless Numeric Keypad Oct 2021 €49 (US$ 59)
Lenovo Go USB-C Laptop Power Bank (20,000 mAh) July 2021 €80 (US$ 95)
Lenovo Go Wireless Mobile Power Bank (10,000 mAh) Jan 2022 €69 (US$ 82)
Lenovo Go Wireless Charging Kit Oct 2021 €139 (US$ 154)
Lenovo Go Wired ANC Headset Nov 2021 €99 (US$ 120)
Lenovo Go Wireless ANC Headset Nov 2021 €159 (US$ 190)
Lenovo Go ANC In-ear Headphones Nov 2021 €79 (US$ 95)
Lenovo Go Wired Speakerphone Oct 2021 €99 (US$ 120)
Lenovo Go Tech Accessories Organizer Sep 2021 €45 (US$ 54)
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DITO rebranded Globe At Home modem seller arrested

The scammer was caught via a sting operation



Some time last week, there were reports of Globe At Home modems being sold as rebranded DITO modems. Globe then issued a warning and worked with the Philippine National Police to pin down the suspect.

On June 23, 2021, Globe announced that the suspect has been captured. According to the police report, the suspect named Marlou de Paz was captured in a sting operation in Pala-Pala, Brgy. Sampaloc Dasmarinas Cavite. The 33-year old De Paz is under investigation for violating RA 8484, or the Access Devices Regulation Act of 1998.

De Paz was caught illegally selling “openline DITO modems” on various Facebook community groups for Cavite-based residents. In his post, he stated that any telco operator’s SIM may be used for the unit to function. The post also openly claimed that the modems are the Tozed “S10g Home Prepaid WiFi device.”

Globe is currently the only authorized distributor of these Tozed S10G modems in the Philippines. The telco is taking the necessary steps in ensuring that its customers are well-protected from illegal activities concerning its products and devices.


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