PLDT Global expands partnership with Tranglo through Free Bee

  • June 25, 2019

Philippines-based PLDT Global Corporation (PGC), a subsidiary of leading telecommunications and digital services provider PLDT, is expanding its partnership with cross-border payment hub Tranglo.

 Since 2011, Tranglo has been an active partner of PGC. In 2013, the Malaysia-based payout specialist teamed up with Smart, PLDT’s wholly-owned wireless communications subsidiary, to boost aid for survivors of Typhoon Yolanda.   

 In the latest partnership, Filipinos overseas can now get Free Bee call cards through Tranglo’s channels and partners in Kuala Lumpur, Indonesia, Hong Kong and other Southeast Asian countries. Tranglo’s network spans over 100 countries and cover more than 250 mobile operators.

Tranglo founder Sia Hui Yong said: “We are very excited to collaborate with PGC on its new product. Free Bee, on the back of Tranglo’s technology and expertise, can offer more affordable call options for Filipinos living and working abroad.”

PGC chief commercial officer Albert Villa-Real said: “Through Free Bee, this partnership with Tranglo helps us achieve our goal to empower global Filipinos with innovative products and services to communicate without borders.”

About Tranglo

Tranglo is a cross-border payment hub with a proven track record in business payment, foreign remittance and mobile payment solutions. Founded in 2008, we have offices in Kuala Lumpur, Jakarta, Dubai and London, with a global network spanning more than 100 countries, supporting 250 mobile operators, 50 billers, 600 banks/wallets and 90,000 cash pickup points. To find out more, visit www.tranglo.comLinkedInFacebook or Twitter.

About PLDT Global

Founded in 2004, PLDT Global Corporation provides telecommunications retail solutions and other relevant consumer services to Filipinos overseas. The company offers international mobile services, enterprise business solutions, an international bandwidth service in the Philippines and other countries through points of presence in the United States, Hong Kong and Singapore.