TGP Howto

How to make money running TGPs

"Money is the sign of liberty. To curse money is to curse liberty--to curse life, which is nothing, if it be not free." -- de Gourmont

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

OKPay adds support for MyPay

MyPay is the first network of payment terminals in Thailand designed to accept payments for various services including: mobile communication, cable TV, internet services, housing services payment, public utilities, e-money and cards top up, online services, money orders and even bank operations. You can now use their terminals to top up your OKPay eWallet.

How does it work?

A payment terminal consists of the sensor screen, with a currency detector located underneath it as well as the receipt print out slot. Start with the interface language selection: you can choose from Russian, English, Thai, Chinese and German. Select the "other payments" section and proceed with "e-money", locate OKPAY and enter the desired top-up amount, your eWallet number in OKXXXXXXXXX format and complete your payment.