What are NextPay's fees?

NextPay only charges per transaction. There are NO setup fees, maintaining balances, or management fees.

For sending money via Disbursements:

We charge PHP 15 for every PHP 50,000 sent to a single recipient at any bank or eWallet in the Philippines. For example, if you sent PHP 60,000, it would cost only PHP 30 for that recipient.

Transfers are instant, depending on the recipient's account type. There are no minimum or maximum limits for recipients and amounts. If a transfer doesn't go through, you will be returned the full amount and fees.

For collecting money via Invoices and Payment Links:

We charge competitive fees depending on the payment method:

Method Min Amount Max Amount Fee
eWallets
(GCash, PayMaya & GrabPay)
PHP 50 PHP 50,000 2.9% of the total
Debit & Credit Cards
(Visa, Mastercard & JCB)
PHP 50 PHP 700,000

PHP 15 + 3.5% of the total for local cards

PHP 15 + 4.5% of the total for international cards

Direct Debit
(BPI)
PHP 50 PHP 50,000 PHP 30
Direct Debit
(UnionBank)
PHP 50 PHP 700,000

PHP 30
(PHP 50,000 and below)

0.1%
(of the total above PHP 50,000)

Other major banks Coming soon!
Over-the-counter
(7-Eleven, Bayad Center, Pawnshops, & etc.)
Coming soon!


For managing money on NextPay:

It's free to manage and keep your funds in your NextPay account. There are no setup fees or maintaining balances or fees. You can withdraw your funds by creating a disbursement to your personal bank account or eWallet.

Stay tuned for more features!

Looking for a different pricing package?

We're open to figuring out a plan that works for your business, depending on frequency and volume. Please email us at support@nextpay.ph.