out the country’s first and only fully automated self-service kiosk that
accepts documents, parcels, and cash for delivery.
provide greater convenience to customers who are always on the go.
“We are extremely proud and excited about this revolutionary service and we are
bringing this innovation to our customers who may not have the time to visit or
queue in our branches,” 2GO CEO Susan Valdez said.
Customers will also be able to send documents and parcels through the QuikMac
automated courier machine (ACM) at an introductory price of P70 for all sizes,
inclusive of the cost of the QuikPac pouch, for shipments from Manila to
The QuikPac pouches are provided through a dispenser. Customers may choose from
three sizes — small, medium, and large. For money remittance, the cost will
vary based on the amount of money that will be sent.
Valdez added that more QuikMac units will be deployed soon at convenient
locations in Metro Manila to provide 24/7 service to customers.
2GO has over 200 branches nationwide and is expected to reach over a thousand
locations by mid-2011 in partnership with Tambunting and USSC.