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Paying your PLDT Fiber bills or DSL plus landline statement of account via Globe Gcash is easier and more convenient than going to authorized stores outside your home. Below is a guide on step-by-step Gcash bills payment

Paying PLDT Home Fiber or DSL using Globe Gcash mobile app

  • Add credits or cash-in the amount you needed into your Gcash number
  • Open the Gcash app and navigate to Bills Payment
  • Go to Telecom and choose PLDT DSL (it is similar to PLDT Home Fiber)
  • Enter your 10 digit Account Number and telephone number with area code
  • Double check the information then proceed to the confirmation page

Alternatively, you can add an account into the Gcash biller app section so that you will not need to enter the details every time you are paying your bills.

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Step by step guide on paying PLDT Home Fiber bills via Gcash of Globe

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How to pay for DFA Passport application fee thru Gcash guide is also ready for you to read here.

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25 COMMENTS

  1. Hi. Im planning to pay our bill thru gcash, but kind of confuse bet PLDT DSL and PLDT Landline. Our connection comes with a telephone landline. If im going to pay thru gcash do i need to choose the pldt landline right? Thank you. 🙂

    • You won’t but estimated is 1-2 days. On the other hand, PLDT has a few days extensions from your due date. Else, it takes a month of an unpaid bill for PLDT to take action like cutting the internet or telephone line in your home.

  2. How about for the landline +DSL subscribers with 02 area code that has now 8 digit numbers started March 18? In phone # space, do we need to put 008776****?

  3. Or do we still need to put the 002877**** because on our billing statement, the phone # has still the 02 area code not 8. But technically speaking, since we’re on the area affected with the changes to 8-digit phone #, our phone # rn is starting with 8 not 02. It’s confusing.

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