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PNB Fund Transfer

Conveniently transfer funds from your account to other bank accounts or eWallets in just a few clicks, anytime you want.

Why transfer funds with PNB Mobile Banking?

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  • Service is available 24/7
  • There are two ways to conveniently transfer funds to other banks

Real-time Funds Transfer via pnb-instapay

  • Your recipients can get their money real-time
  • You can transfer up to P50,000 per transaction
  • A fee of P50 is charged per transaction
  • Fees are waived for InstaPay until Mar. 31, 2021.
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Send bigger amounts with pnb-pesonet

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  • Funds are received within the day if transaction is made before 2PM cut-off during banking days
  • You can transfer up to P100,000 per transaction
  • A fee of P30 is charged per transaction
  • Fees are waived for PESONet until Mar. 31, 2021.
INSTITUTION PESONet InstaPay
Al-Amanah Islamic Investment Bank
AllBank (A Thrift Bank), Inc.
ANZ
Asia United Bank
Bangko Mabuhay (A Rural Bank), Inc.
Bangkok Bank
Bank of America
Bank of China
Bank of Commerce
Bank of Florida
Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi
BDO
BDO Network Bank
BPI
BPI Direct BanKO
Camalig Bank Inc. (A Rural Bank)
Cebuana Lhuillier Rural Bank, Inc.
Chinabank
Chinabank Savings
CIMB Bank Philippines, Inc.
Country Builders Bank Inc (A Rural Bank)
CTBC Bank
DCPAY Philippines (COINS.PH)
Deutsche Bank
Development Bank of the Philippines
Dungganon Bank
Eastwest Bank
Equicom Savings Bank
First Consolidated Bank
G-Cash (G-Xchange, Inc.)
HSBC
HSBC Savings Bank
Industrial Bank of Korea
ING Bank N.V.
ISLA Bank
JPMorgan Chase Bank
KEB Hana Bank
Land Bank of the Philippines
Malayan Bank
Maybank
Mega Intl Commercial Bank
Metrobank
Mizuho Bank
OmniPay
Partner Rural Bank (Cotabato)
PayMaya
PBCOM
Philippine Business Bank
Philippine National Bank
Philtrust Bank
PNB Savings Bank
Producers Savings Bank Corporation
PS Bank
Quezon Capital Rural Bank, Inc.
Rang-Ay Bank Inc (A Rural Bank)
RCBC
RCBC Savings Bank
Robinsons Bank
Rural Bank of Guinobatan
Security Bank Corporation
Shinhan Bank
Standard Chartered
Sterling Bank of Asia
Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp
Sun Savings Bank
UCPB
UCPB Savings Bank
UnionBank
United Overseas Bank
Veterans Bank
Wealth Development Bank
Yuanta Savings Bank
Not yet enrolled?
Download the app

How to transfer funds with PNB Mobile Banking?

I will be transferring to:
1. Select “Transfer Funds” on the app menu.
2. Choose “Other PNB Accounts.”
3. Choose source account of payment.
4. Choose either from Saved Payees or add a New Payee.
5. Enter bank account details.
6. Confirm and enter the 6-digit One-Time-PIN (OTP) to complete transaction.
7. A successful transaction notification shall be sent to your registered email and mobile number.
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Ready to transfer funds?

Download the app

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What account/s can I use to transfer funds?
    • You can use your debit, passbook, or checking account for as long as they are enrolled in PNB Digital Banking. Kindly note that you cannot use budget checking as a source of funds to transfer to other accounts.
  1. How much is the transfer fee per transaction?
    • Transfer fee for PESONet transactions is PhP30, while for InstaPay is PhP50.
  2. How much is the limit per transfer?
    • PESONet has a limit of PhP100,000 while InstaPay has a limit of PhP50,000 per transaction.
  3. How much is the limit of transfers per day? 
    • Daily transfer limit is PhP600,000 each for both PESONet and InstaPay.
  1. Until what time can I transfer the funds?
    • You can transfer money anytime. However, for PESONet, all transfer requests must be made before 12 noon during banking days in order for funds to be credited to the recipient’s account on the same day. InstaPay has no cut-off time and money can be credited anytime.
  1. Can I reverse my fund transfer transaction?
    • Once the transaction has been successful and debited from your account, the transaction you wish to cancel cannot be reverted.
  2. Will there be instances for unsuccessful credit to the receiving bank?
    • Yes, the final credit to the payee account may not be successfully processed by the receiving bank for several reasons such as:
      • Invalid payee account number (may be incorrect, closed, dormant, blocked, frozen)
      • There is a mismatch in the name of the payee account from the name submitted 
      • The currency of the payee account is not a qualified PHP account
      This is only applicable to PESONet transactions. Please ensure to obtain the correct account information to avoid delays in the credit to the payee account.
  3. What should I do if my funds transfer transaction is unsuccessful?
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PNB Fund Transfer

Conveniently transfer funds with PNB Mobile Banking in just one tap. Fund other bank accounts and eWallets anytime you want using either PESONet or InstaPay.

Why transfer funds with PNB Mobile Banking?

  • Service is available 24/7
  • There are two ways to conveniently transfer funds to other banks

Real-time Funds Transfer via pnb-instapay

  • Your recipients can get their money real-time
  • You can transfer up to P50,000 per transaction
  • A fee of P50 is charged per transaction
  • Fees are waived for PESONet until Mar. 31, 2021.

Send bigger amounts with pnb-pesonet

  • Funds are received within the day if transaction is made before 2PM cut-off during banking days
  • You can transfer up to P100,000 per transaction
  • A fee of P30 is charged per transaction
  • Fees are waived for PESONet until Mar. 31, 2021.
INSTITUTION PESONet InstaPay
Al-Amanah Islamic Investment Bank
AllBank (A Thrift Bank), Inc.
ANZ
Asia United Bank
Bangko Mabuhay (A Rural Bank), Inc.
Bangkok Bank
Bank of America
Bank of China
Bank of Commerce
Bank of Florida
Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi
BDO
BDO Network Bank
BPI
BPI Direct BanKO
Camalig Bank Inc. (A Rural Bank)
Cebuana Lhuillier Rural Bank, Inc.
Chinabank
Chinabank Savings
CIMB Bank Philippines, Inc.
Country Builders Bank Inc (A Rural Bank)
CTBC Bank
DCPAY Philippines (COINS.PH)
Deutsche Bank
Development Bank of the Philippines
Dungganon Bank
Eastwest Bank
Equicom Savings Bank
First Consolidated Bank
G-Cash (G-Xchange, Inc.)
HSBC
HSBC Savings Bank
Industrial Bank of Korea
ING Bank N.V.
ISLA Bank
JPMorgan Chase Bank
KEB Hana Bank
Land Bank of the Philippines
Malayan Bank
Maybank
Mega Intl Commercial Bank
Metrobank
Mizuho Bank
OmniPay
Partner Rural Bank (Cotabato)
PayMaya
PBCOM
Philippine Business Bank
Philippine National Bank
Philtrust Bank
PNB Savings Bank
Producers Savings Bank Corporation
PS Bank
Quezon Capital Rural Bank, Inc.
Rang-Ay Bank Inc (A Rural Bank)
RCBC
RCBC Savings Bank
Robinsons Bank
Rural Bank of Guinobatan
Security Bank Corporation
Shinhan Bank
Standard Chartered
Sterling Bank of Asia
Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp
Sun Savings Bank
UCPB
UCPB Savings Bank
UnionBank
United Overseas Bank
Veterans Bank
Wealth Development Bank
Yuanta Savings Bank
Not yet enrolled?
Download the app

How to transfer funds with PNB Mobile Banking?

I will be transferring to:
1. Select “Transfer Funds” on the app menu.
2. Choose “Other PNB Accounts.”
3. Choose source account of payment.
4. Choose either from Saved Payees or add a New Payee.
5. Enter bank account details.
6. Confirm and enter the 6-digit One-Time-PIN (OTP) to complete transaction.
7. A successful transaction notification shall be sent to your registered email and mobile number.

Ready to transfer funds?

Download the app

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What account/s can I use to transfer funds?
    • You can use your debit, passbook, or checking account for as long as they are enrolled in PNB Digital Banking. Kindly note that you cannot use budget checking as a source of funds to transfer to other accounts.
  1. How much is the transfer fee per transaction?
    • Transfer fee for PESONet transactions is PhP30, while for InstaPay is PhP50.
  2. How much is the limit per transfer?
    • PESONet has a limit of PhP100,000 while InstaPay has a limit of PhP50,000 per transaction.
  3. How much is the limit of transfers per day? 
    • Daily transfer limit is PhP600,000 each for both PESONet and InstaPay.
  1. Until what time can I transfer the funds?
    • You can transfer money anytime. However, for PESONet, all transfer requests must be made before 12 noon during banking days in order for funds to be credited to the recipient’s account on the same day. InstaPay has no cut-off time and money can be credited anytime.
  1. Can I reverse my fund transfer transaction?
    • Once the transaction has been successful and debited from your account, the transaction you wish to cancel cannot be reverted.
  2. Will there be instances for unsuccessful credit to the receiving bank?
    • Yes, the final credit to the payee account may not be successfully processed by the receiving bank for several reasons such as:
      • Invalid payee account number (may be incorrect, closed, dormant, blocked, frozen)
      • There is a mismatch in the name of the payee account from the name submitted 
      • The currency of the payee account is not a qualified PHP account
      This is only applicable to PESONet transactions. Please ensure to obtain the correct account information to avoid delays in the credit to the payee account.
  3. What should I do if my funds transfer transaction is unsuccessful?
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