Smart Communications teams up with Zalora, toktokmall, and Pick.A.Roo

(Edited Press Release)

PLDT wireless unit Smart Communications, Inc (Smart) has made it easier for customers to access telco products and devices on e-commerce platforms ZALORA, toktokmall, and Pick.A.Roo.

ZALORA is Asia Pacific’s leading platform of online fashion retailers with a strong presence in Hong Kong, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Taiwan. On the other hand, toktokmall is a Philippine-based online marketplace with thousands of active online resellers. Lastly, Pick.A.Roo is a new all-in-one and on-demand premium lifestyle delivery app which offers a from store-to-door shopping service.

 

Targeting online shoppers

With the help of Airspring Telecoms–Smart’s retail partner, shoppers who frequently shop on ZALORA and toktokmall can now easily add to cart and checkout Smart Bro Pocket LTE, PLDT Home WiFi, and its bundles, and have them delivered straight to their homes.

Smart will also provide SIM cards to toktok riders who are not Smart subscribers, to ensure better communication during deliveries.

 

Commitment to service

Meanwhile, Pick.A.Roo patrons can easily tap to buy Smart SIMs and Smart Bro devices on the website or app and have them delivered hassle-free, through the support of Remitbox. Smart customers will also be able to purchase airtime load via Pick.A.Roo by the fourth quarter of 2021.

“We remain steadfast in our commitment to serve our customers, our true north, by providing them with simple and convenient access to our data products and devices, by being available right there in the virtual places where they shop. Our partnerships with these well-known digital lifestyle brands enable us to reach and deliver our services to them straight to their homes,” said Precy P. Katigbak, FVP and Head of National Key Accounts at PLDT and Smart.

“We would also like to thank our retail partners, Airspring Telecoms and Remitbox, for working with Smart and helping us cater to the growing demand for data and connectivity nationwide,” Katigbak added.