PayMaya launch massive “Don’t Pay Cash. PayMaya” campaign, accelerating wireless digital cashless payment in the Philippines

Filipinos now have more reasons to go cashless as PayMaya launches its “Don’t Pay Cash, PayMaya!” brand campaign promoting a more convenient and rewarding payment experience for all Filipinos nationwide.  

 
PayMaya ramps up its efforts to increase cashless transactions in the country with the launch of its “Don’t Pay Cash. PayMaya!” Campaign, along with a fresh new look, exciting app upgrades and more rewarding promos. In this photo are executives from PayMaya Philippines (from left to right): Raymund Villanueva, Head of Growth and Brand Marketing; Mitch Padua, Chief Product Officer; Kenneth Palacios, Head of Wallets Business; Paolo Azzola, Chief Operating Officer and Managing Director; Orlando B. Vea, Founder and CEO; Shailesh Baidwan, President; Miguel Fernandez, Group Chief Finance Officer; Mar Lazaro, Head of Enterprise Business; and Heidi Garayblas, Head of Brand and Marketing Services.  
 
Through the upbeat consumer campaign, the digital financial services leader unveils an enhanced PayMaya mobile app, exciting new features, and more compelling merchant partner promos, as well as the best cashback promos and discounts for an overall more rewarding experience for all users. 
 
PayMaya’s new brand campaign features a catchy jingle with lyrics promoting the best perks of going cashless, set against the tune of the song “Ligaya” popularized by the iconic OPM band Eraserheads. Through the campaign, PayMaya encourages all Filipinos to get more joy and value out of daily transactions by opting to use PayMaya instead of cash for all their payments needs.  
  

The “Don’t Pay Cash. PayMaya!” launch was attended by PayMaya’s official mascots, Maya, who danced to PayMaya’s newly launched jingle to the tune of the iconic Eraserheads anthem “Ligaya.”

“PayMaya is undoubtedly the best way to pay in the Philippines today. Our formula is simple – make digital payments accessible, more convenient, more secure, more rewarding, and more fun. With a newer and smoother app experience, the biggest discounts and cashback promos, and an ever-growing network of merchant and add money partners, it’s now better to ‘PayMaya’ instead of paying with cash,” said Paolo Azzola, Chief Operating Officer and Managing Director of PayMaya. 
 
Better than cash rewards  
PayMaya is taking the lead in unlocking the multiple rewards and benefits of going cashless. With the pre-holiday and e-Commerce sales just around the corner, using a PayMaya account for everyday transactions is the best way to get the best discounts and cashback for all your purchases. 

Cashless convenience, just a click away: Attendees of the event experienced firsthand the cashless convenience featured in the “Don’t Pay Cash. PayMaya!” campaign launch with seamless payments via PayMaya QR available at the Eattogether Food Hall in Capitol Commons, the first cashless food hall in the country powered by PayMaya.
 
Just for September alone, PayMaya users can get as much as P5,000 in cashback from the various promos rolled out by the brand. All one has to do is use the PayMaya app for prepaid load and gaming pins, bills payments, sending money, PayMaya QR transactions with partner merchants, and online shopping.  
Even getting a PayMaya account gets more rewarding as PayMaya is giving as much as P200 just by registering with a referral code and upgrading their account.    
“We’re just getting started and this will get more exciting as we gear up towards the holiday shopping season. Our goal is to make every Filipinos embrace digital payments by multiplying the benefits of going cashless,” said Azzola. 
 
Better than cash experience  
To usher in a next-level experience, PayMaya has updated the mobile app to make it easier and safer to use.  
The most popular services such as Sending Money, Buying Load, or Sharing Treats are now easily accessible with just one tap at the home screen of the app. Under the PayMaya Shop, one can also find more variants for digital goods such as telco load, gaming PINs, and treats vouchers – with the best discounts through promos.  
Funding one’s PayMaya account is also easier–users can add money from your bank account through InstaPay or by linking their credit* or debit card. 
PayMaya places high importance in security. All PayMaya users are encouraged to upgrade their accounts not only for higher transaction limits but also for safer transactions. To facilitate this, PayMaya has introduced a simpler and faster Upgrade process featuring selfie and AI technology. PayMaya also recently unveiled a sexier and safer black card design with the card number and other sensitive information at the back, instead of being displayed at the front. 

Better than cash: Influencer Ashley Chan shows off her PayMaya card which sports a new, sleek design, as well as an added layer of security for instagram-savvy Pinoys. With her PayMaya in hand, she can easily hop on the cashless lifestyle and unlock awesome rewards! 
The new app design, initially available to Android users and also soon for iOS devices, prominently features the latest promos and perks that account holders can take advantage of, so that they can easily discover ways to make the most of their money with PayMaya. 
“Expect more features and services to roll out in the coming months. Our goal is to make the payments experience of every Filipino hassle-free and more secure,” explained Azzola. 
 
Don’t pay cash. PayMaya!  
With all these brand-new features and exciting new promos for users, PayMaya’s “Don’t Pay Cash. PayMaya!” campaign targets to accelerate digital payments adoption in the Philippines. This is in support of the National Financial Inclusion goals of the country and the aim to increase digital transactions in the country to 20% by 2020 under the National Retail Payment System (NRPS).
PayMaya is the only financial technology company in the Philippines offering integrated consumer and merchant payment solutions with the widest on-ground branch network. It is the first to give millions of Filipinos an e-wallet that allows them to pay cashless transactions at any time of the day, anywhere in the world, and from any device. It is the financial technology arm of Voyager Innovations, the leading technology company in the country backed by PLDT, KKR, Tencent, World Bank’s IFC and the IFC Emerging Asia Fund.  
Its “universal payments platform” enables the country’s top eCommerce sites, major retail and quick-service restaurants and government institutions, as well as MSMEs to accept multiple kinds of cashless payments. 
To know more about how you can maximize your PayMaya account, visit paymaya.com/deals or follow @PayMayaOfficial on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. [END] 
*subject to fees imposed by your bank issuer

Sony launch Α9 firmware update, adding real-time eye AF for animals and interval shooting functionality + RMT-P1BT compatibility

Sony has released a new firmware update for its α9 full-frame mirrorless camera (model ILCE-9), delivering key functions such as Real-Time Eye AF for animals, Interval Shooting and compatibility with RMT-P1BT.
The version 6.00 update enables Sony’s AI driven Real-Time Eye AF technology to now detect both animals and human subjects, with an option to select either animal or human Eye AF mode depending on the shooting situation. Time-lapse videos can also be created through use of the Interval Shooting function.
In addition to the new functionality, the update improves the overall stability of the camera and makes it more user-friendly, allowing photographers to assign ‘My Menu’ to appear when first selecting the menu button. It is now also possible to select the Focus Frame Colour allowing users to choose between red, grey or the standard green.
Lastly, the upgrade allows operation with the wireless remote commander RMT-P1BT providing a solution to remote shooting.
The Version 6.00 firmware upgrade is downloadable for free on the Sony Support site.

About Sony Electronics Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd.

Based in Singapore, Sony Electronics Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd. is a subsidiary of Sony Corporation. It serves as the regional management and marketing headquarters for Sony’s consumer as well as broadcasting and professional products, overseeing Asia, Middle East and Africa regions. For more information on Sony’s products and services in Asia Pacific, please visit http://www.sony-asia.com
About Sony Corporation

Sony Corporation is a creative entertainment company with a solid foundation of technology. From game and network services to music, pictures, electronics, semiconductors and financial services – Sony’s purpose is to fill the world with emotion through the power of creativity and technology. For more information, visit: http://www.sony.net/

Most sought after gaming gear, devices at the 2019 Taiwan Excellence eSports Cup

As the Philippines continues to grow into a viable gaming and eSports market, Taiwan’s ICT industry further strengthens its support for local eSports athletes and enthusiasts by introducing its most advanced technologies and powerful devices to the country.

The 2019 Taiwan Excellence eSports Cup will be held October 4-6, 2019, at the SM City North EDSA The Block Atrium in Quezon City. Guests and visitors will be able to experience the thrill of eSports action from both the battle arena as well as the sidelines. The event will showcase a lineup of Taiwan’s best gaming brands and their products, alongside an exhilarating showdown between the best Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) and League of Legends (LoL) teams.

Organized by the Bureau of Foreign Trade (BOFT) and Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA), partners Asus Republic of Gamers, Aorus, AVerMedia, In-Win, Kingmax, Transcend, XPG, Team Group, Zadak, G.Skill, and Zyxel, this three-day grand event will feature some of Taiwan’s top PC gaming devices and accessories. 

Gaming enthusiasts and visitors will get the opportunity to see up close and experience first-hand the latest top-caliber gaming laptops from Asus Republic of Gamers (ROG), the official gaming PC provider of the 2019 Taiwan Excellence eSports Cup, including ROG Strix Scar III G531, ROG Strix G G731GV, Asus TUF Gaming FX505DV, and ROG Zephyrus M.
Check out ROG Zephyrus S, the world’s lightest and thinnest gaming laptop, and the ROG Mothership GZ700, a reimagined portable Windows 10 powerhouse with an innovative stand-up design that enhances cooling for its factory-overclocked GeForce RTX™ 2080 GPU and 9th Gen Intel® Core™ i9 eight-core CPU.

Spectators can visualize how a gaming setup in their own home would look through a display of unique builds by Aorus, using top-of-the-line Gigabyte Z390 Aorus WaterForce Xtreme, Gigabyte B360 Aorus Gaming 3, and Gigabyte X570 Aorus Ultra motherboards, combined with Aorus memory cards, video cards, monitors, and peripherals.

AVerMedia has also prepared something for streamers, podcasters, and vloggers. The brand’s very own plug-and-play AM310 USB microphone, Live Streamer Cam 313 (records in 1080p resolution), and Live Gamer ULTRA (LGU) that brings next-gen 4K capture and pass-throughs at high refresh rates of up to 240Hz on a Full HD signal will be on display at their booth.

Meanwhile, InWin will showcase its gaming PC cases in various colors, sizes, and shapes;the most popular being the WINBOT Limited Edition Transparent Spherical case, which gives a 360-degree system display. Kingmax Semiconductor, Transcend, and Team Group will also flex their line of memory cards and external portable SSDs, and Zyxel will introduce its tri-band Wi-Fi system.

Selections of peripherals such as gaming keyboards, mice, headsets, and RGB lighting systems from XPG, Zadak, and G.Skill will also be demonstrated by on-ground product experts.

Beyond the booths, guests and visitors will be treated to games and activities where they can have a chance to win prizes and giveaways. Lucky guests can participate in Shopping List, Guess Whose Logo, and Scavenger List games. Entertainment will be provided by UPeepz Dance Crew during the opening ceremonies on October 4, as well as cosplayers and live music by pop-rock band GraceNote, and celebrity appearances by Myrtle Sarrosa and Ashley Gosiengfiao.

Watch the CS:GO battles on October 4 and LoL games on October 5 live via streaming through the Taiwan Excellence Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/TaiwanExcellence.ph/) and on October 6, catch the most talented and creative cosplayers as they showcase their craft and participate in a Cosplay Contest. For the CS:GO tournament, the winning team will also represent the Philippines in an upcoming international competition in Taiwan, which will be the culmination of a series of Taiwan Excellence eSports Cups held in Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines, and India.

The 2019 Taiwan Excellence eSports Cup is set to excite the local gaming community and support the growing gaming market in the Philippines by offering the best, high-quality, and top-speed devices and products from Taiwan. Get ready to cheer on your favorite teams and witness an exciting showdown of wit, skill, and strategy, including the opportunity to take a big bite out of the P430,000 prize pool.

For more updates on the 2019 Taiwan Excellence eSports Cup, like and follow the Taiwan Excellence Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/TaiwanExcellence.ph/.

Eastern Communications launch localized cloud services + cyber defense, strengthening efficiency and security for local entities

Cloud storage and cyber security interest from companies are growing, but more importantly Eastern Communications, one of the country’s pioneering tech industries, is localizing that option. Let us find out how companies can greatly benefit from having a localized tech cloud service and including security for all your storage and data computing needs.

Fostering business efficiencies and security, Eastern Communications, one of the premier telecommunications companies in the country, introduces its newly upgraded and most advanced products and services in partnership with global allies DOSarrest and Cloud Sigma. 

According to the Global Connectivity Index (GCI), Philippines’ digital connectivity has improved from Starter to Adopter status and ranked 57 out of 79 countries in 2018. This is reportedly due to expanded smartphone and computer use, higher speed 4G coverage, and national planning with “cloud first policy” in government’s aim of reducing expenses through cloud technology. 

Connectivity plays a vital role in businesses today as it allows companies to adapt and have efficient operations. With the transformation emerging in the business environment, security threats arise, and flexibility becomes a challenge. 

Cost-effective business operations

Cloud service is starting to get recognized in the business landscape. It is a cost-effective method of storing and sharing company data and applications securely over the Internet instead of computer hard drive. 

Eastern Communications joined forces with international cloud service provider Cloud Sigma to launch its public cloud solutions providing the full spectrum of infrastructure and IT Services. Established in 2009 in Switzerland, CloudSigma has been providing a pure-cloud infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) that enables the digital industrial economy through its enterprise-class hybrid cloud servers and cloud hosting solutions in Europe, the U.S., Asia, and Australia. 

Big companies can get the best of cloud service such us Public Cloud, one of the most customizable services available in the market, a type of computing in which a service provider makes resources available to the public via the internet and accessible by anyone who wants to pay for subscription or use it for free. 

Protecting enterprises from cyber threats

Cyber threat landscape is constantly changing. Local companies and even institutions have been victims of several data breaches and cyberattacks, affecting their business security and operations.  

Eastern Communications partners with Canada-based cybersecurity solutions provider DOSarrest in the aim of equipping Filipino companies with the right technology against cyber threats. DOSarrest was founded in 2007 and has been mitigating Distributed Denial of Service or DDoS attacks for a global customer base with its leading-edge cloud-based DDoS protection.

With this partnership, companies of all sizes can now secure their business from basic to the most sophisticated DDoS attacks. Eastern Communications has various cybersecurity solutions such as Web Application Firewall (WAF) that blocks any Layer 7 threat like cross-site forgery, cross-site scripting, among others; while Content Delivery Network (CDN) generates faster loading of a website, which saves companies money yet enhances website performance at the same time.  

“It’s always been Eastern Communications’ High-Tech promise to provide the best and right solutions especially to businesses that aim for utmost productivity and efficiency without compromising security. And through our partnership with reputable global firms in the industry like DOSarrest and CloudSigma, we’re looking forward to helping companies here in the country to elevate their business connectivity and harness the long-term benefits our services can offer,” shared Product and Innovation Head Edsel Paglinawan. 

Eastern Communications’ upgraded cloud services and cyber defense is now available in the market. For more information, visit http://www.eastern.com.ph.

What SEA children are learning, taking interest from the internet

The internet, including the Philippines, is everywhere. A new study on Southeast ASian children reveals what minors prefer to watch on-line, and it is not exactly messaging or even adult content they are taking interest streaming. Let us know more from this interesting regioal study.

Children in Southeast Asia today use the internet increasingly for video and music entertainment as well as for software downloads, and lesser for online messaging. More kids in the region use the World Wide Web to watch their favorite TV series like Game of Thrones and movies like Avengers, according to the 2019 report from Kaspersky Safe Kids.

Based on the report’s 2018 and 2019 results, a double-digit growth in children using the internet for accessing software, audio, and video websites was observed in Indonesia (38.72% to 60.33%), the Philippines (25.41% to 49.12%), Singapore (25.03% to 42.32%), Thailand (11.28% to 37.23%), and Vietnam (27.11% to 50.14%). Only Malaysia scored a slight decrease from 60.08% to 51.15%. This category, however, remains the current top online interest among Malaysian kids.

The Software, audio, video category includes websites for downloading audio and video files: movies, recordings of sports events and concerts, music, music videos, video clips, audio and video learning materials, etc. Torrent trackers and file sharing services irrespective of physical location of files to which they provide access were also under this category.

“It is an accepted fact that our children are better internet navigators than us, adults. With their curiosity and quickness in grasping or even making their own online trends, it is undoubtedly important for parents to know their interests and habits. Our report showed videos, music, and software are increasingly becoming kids’ favorite activities, and we are fully aware that such sites are plagued with malware, virus, and dangerous content. We hope these findings could help parents in understanding their kids better and in protecting them against the potential dangers in the digital world,” comments Yeo Siang Tiong, General Manager for Southeast Asia at Kaspersky. 

The increased interest in this category was also observed globally by Kaspersky. Overall number shows audio, video, and software sites are most popular in Africa, Asia, and in Arab nations. The decline in the use of PCs for online messaging, however, reflects the shift in children’s preference in using mobile devices over computers for messaging apps.

With the shift in their online interests, the top three internet activities for kids in SEA for 2019 are software, audio, and video websites; online messaging, and electronic commerce.

More young shoppers, lesser adult content visitors in SEA

The same report showed a trend of increasing young shoppers in Southeast Asia where the year-on-year comparison showed as much as 13% increase from January to July 2018 and 2019.

Singaporean kids led the pack tallying 18.82% compared with just 5.58% of children using the internet for e-commerce. The Philippines closely followed at 13.21% compared with 2.39% last year. Malaysia recorded an increase of over 8% (4.70% to 13.02%), while Indonesia and Thailand have 4.8% and 1.62% growths, respectively. Only Vietnam marked a slight decline from 1.03% to 1.02% of young shoppers online.

The Electronic commerce category includes websites for any electronic money transactions through special web applications. This covers online stores and auctions offering any goods and services to individuals or legal entities that support online payment as well as websites of stores that only operate via the Internet and online departments of regular stores.

Under this category, special web pages of public and private institutions or individuals that offer any paid services are included as well as special web pages of banks where online banking transactions can be performed. Websites of online payment systems that require a personal user account is also covered by this category.

Another noteworthy finding is the decrease in percentage of kids in the region who use the internet to access adult content. Most countries in the region showed lesser interest for pornography and related content this year. Malaysia posted a very minimal increase of only 0.09 in this category.

Asia, in general, also scored a decline from 2.72% to 2.26% yet its numbers remained quite high compared with other regions globally in terms of adult content interest among kids.

Statistics by region from the Kaspersky report shows that the largest share of visits to adult sites were from young users in Latin America (4.28%), South Asia (2.74%) and Asia.

“It is encouraging to see that fewer children are interested in online adult content in the region. We credit the steps being done by SEA governments to block easy access to such sites. However, the shift of interest towards online shopping should mark a closer guidance between kids and parents. The risks in e-commerce such as fake sellers, fake products, malware-infected sites, compromised payment gateways, and more, pose a real and costly danger against the family’s financial details. Parents, we urge you to pay attention to this,” adds Yeo.

Tips for modern parents

Kids are smart, but they are not fully aware of the threats online. To protect them from the dangers lurking in the internet, Kaspersky suggests the following:
Communicate – talk and serve as a mentor. You can teach your kids as to what is socially acceptable to do and what is not. You should also make your kids feel comfortable coming to you on those instances where they frankly were a kid, messed up and did something wrong.

Have the talk regularly – talk to your kids regularly about technology, even if it means you playing dumb and asking them to help you set up a Snapchat, Tumblr or Facebook account.

By showing your kids that you trust them as teachers, the more it builds up that mutual trust. You can also educate them to things that you are hearing or seeing in regards to cyberthreats or security breaches.

Set boundaries – make sure that they know what is acceptable and what is not. Also make them aware of the consequences of going somewhere that they shouldn’t or using tech when they shouldn’t be.

Educate yourself – be aware of your kids’ online interests and of the latest threats online. Remember that you cannot teach what you do not know.

Use the resources that are there for you – use the resources provided by some companies or organizations that can help guide you in raising your modern kid. 

There are also technologies out there like Kaspersky Safe Kids that allow parents to help serve as a secondary level of protection from unwanted creeps, dirty content or to even find a lost or stolen phone. This feature is included in Kaspersky solutions – like Kaspersky Internet Security, Kaspersky Total Security, and Kaspersky Security for Cloud.

Report Methodology

To be able to gather the statistics, Kaspersky Lab solutions scan the content of web pages that children try to access. If a particular site belongs to one of fourteen unwanted categories, the module sends a notification to the Kaspersky Security Network (there is no transfer of personal user data and no violation of privacy). 
It is important to note that:
Parents decide for themselves what content should be blocked and configure the application accordingly. However, anonymous statistics are collected across all fourteen categories.
Data is harvested only from computers running Windows and Mac OS; no mobile statistics are provided in this report.
See the full report here: https://securelist.com/kids-report-2018-2019/91080/
 

PSBank upgrades website, catering to better customer experience

Customer centered banking! That is what you can expect with PSBank’s upgraded website, which promises to bring more and new customer services catering to all your banking needs. Let us take a look how it works…

Driven by a strong desire to provide an upgraded experience for its customers, the Philippine Savings Bank (PSBank) unveils its upgraded website – fresh with a completely new look and feel, and packed with an expanded suite of easy-to-navigate functionalities.
The redesign-update of the site is part of the bank’s innovation journey, and is reinforced by the Bank’s resolve to be at the forefront of keeping things easy, simple, and reliable.

PSBank customers will now be able to navigate through the site with ease, made possible by a friendly interface that’s viewable on a wide range of screen sizes and browsers. Improved functionality and security systems have likewise been reinforced in the platform, granting an amplified level of usability.

With these new and thoughtful enhancements, the Bank helps its clients to have the time to focus on moments that matter.

Emmanuel Tuazon, Senior Vice President and Head of PSBank’s Marketing Group, says that the bank wants to drive more of these positive banking transformations across all platforms as a concrete way to affirm and address the digital lifestyle preferences and needs of its clientele across its wide network.

Check out the all-new PSBank website at http://www.psbank.com.ph

SM Cinema’s big October line up

It is going to be a big month for SM Cinema this October! The line up, including a horror movie festival, and a returning Disney sequel will certainly light up all your weekend family outing in the movies. Let us check it out!

The ber months signify the start of the holidays and SM Cinema is kicking off the festive season with Halloween spooks! As the season for creepy décor and trick-or-treating ushers in, SM Cinema brews up spine-tingling activities for movie lovers. From film festivals, concert movies and installations that take moviegoers into the world of villains, here are some of the frightfully awesome things that SM Cinema moviegoers can look forward to this October!
Maleficent: Mistress of Evil Installation – October 8 SM Cinema continues to make efforts to incorporate inclusivity in their reel to real promise. With the arrival Maleficent 2: Mistress of Evil, SM Cinema is putting up an interactive exhibit at S’Maison on October 8-Oct 16 and SM Southmall on Oct 17-23. The installation will use Braille to allow all children to enjoy the movie experience, including the visually impaired. Maleficent 2: Mistress of Evil will be showing in SM Cinema theatres starting October 16. 

Sine Sindak 2 – October 23 to 29 SM Cinema’s Sine Sindak Horror Film Festival is back on its second run with four movie titles—Only Mom, Hex, Look Away and Door Lock–that are sure to scare the bones out of moviegoers! To add more excitement and fun, SM Cinema will also be giving special prizes to moviegoers who will come in their best Halloween costume. 

Joker – October 2 This unique and gritty take on the iconic DC Comics villain, was met with glowing reviews and wide critical acclaim following its premier at the Venice Film Festival, setting the bar high for moviegoers and fans of the character. The movie follows Arthur Fleck a.k.a. The Joker, a failed stand-up comedian and a man disregarded by society who turns to a life of instilling chaos in Gotham City. SM Cinema will hold the advance screening of Joker on Sept 30 at IMAX Sm Aura Premier. 
Zombieland 2: Double Tap – October 23 Finally, the star-studded Zombieland 2: Double Tap is on its way to SM Cinema for more zombie-killing action! The Zombieland sequel follows the makeshift family composed Tallahassee, Columbus, Wichita and Little Rock are faced with more evolved zombies, fellow survivors, and the growing pains that come with their little dysfunctional family. The advance screening of Zombieland will be hosted by SM Cinema at Megamall on Oct 21. 
Concert Movies and Local Flicks
For those who would want to kick off the holidays fright-free, SM Cinema has is exclusively offering at select branches one night-only concert films–Shakira on Oct 9 and Metallica with San Francisco Symphony 2 on Nov. 16.
For die-hard fans of Pinoy kilig flicks, SM Cinema is hosting the red carpet premieres of Isa Pa With Feelings starring Maine Mendoza and Carlo Aquino on Oct 15 and Unforgettable starring Sarah Geronimo on Oct 21. Fans can get a glimpse of their favorite stars at the red carpet events which will both be at SM Megamall. Isa Pa with Feelings opens on Oct 16. Unforgettable will be shown beginning Oct. 23. 

Book your tickets through the website, http://www.smcinema.com or download the SM Cinema mobile app. You may also follow /SMCinema on Facebook and @SM_Cinema on Instagram for updates! Satisfy your cavings at Snack Time, the official food concessionaire of SM Cinema, which offers a wide array of snack like popcorn, hotdogs and burgers to complement your movie watching experience. Follow /SnackTimeOfficial on Facebook for more information.