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Phoenix Now Gives Free Antibacterial Treatment When You Gas Up

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Motorists can now avail of free antibacterial car treatment at participating Phoenix stations as the company reinforces its thrust for safer and more convenient drives amid the threat of the COVID-19 pandemic. For every P1,000 worth of fuel purchase using its recently launched contactless payment option, the customer gets one complimentary antibacterial car treatment e-voucher via the Limitless app where Phoenix is one of the partner merchants.

“As some members of the community are compelled to go out despite the risks, we are finding more ways to adapt to the new normal and assist our customers in going about their day in a safer and more convenient manner. With this complimentary antibacterial treatment, we urge our customers to make use of the contactless payment facility in our retail stations as it offers more safety and convenience, and remind everyone to remain cautious,” said Phoenix Petroleum President and COO Henry “Bong” Fadullon.

Available in 150 of its retail stations nationwide, Phoenix recently launched its contactless payment option, which allows customers to pay using Alipay, GCash, GrabPay, and WeChat through QR code scanning during transactions. Meanwhile, Limitless is a loyalty program that offers members rewards for valid purchases at partner merchants including Phoenix.

For the complimentary antibacterial vehicle treatment, Phoenix uses a German-made car revitalizer machine that helps disinfect the interiors, eradicate 99.9% of bacteria and viruses, and improve the car’s air conditioning system.

The full details of the promo may be accessed at https://bit.ly/Anti-bacpromo or by visiting the Phoenix Petroleum official website at https://www.facebook.com/phoenixfuels.ph.




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