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March 01, 2024

BPI to go offline for more than a day

Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) headed by bankero TG Limcaoco is scheduled to undertake a systems maintenance from 10pm of March 18 to 11:59pm of March 19.

During the maintenance works, the Ayala-led ban said BPI ATMs, BPI Cash Accept Machines (CAMs), BPI Online, BPI Mobile app including the use of BPI Online credentials in partner apps and websites, BPI Debit Cards, BPI BizKo, and BPI Bizlink would be temporarily unavailable.

However, the 170-year old bank said in the advisory that BPI credit card and BPI prepaid card services would remain available.

“Please plan your transactions accordingly,” BPI said.

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