Guide to buying 30-day Viu Premium vouchers for as low as 26 pesos via Revu Philippines

How to buy 30-day Viu Premium vouchers for as low as P26

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#KimPau fever is currently sweeping the nation, with the Philippine adaptation of What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim now streaming exclusively on Viu and other platforms and giving us major chemistry vibes.

You can even stream the original What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim starring Park Seo-joon and Park Min-young, along with dozens of hit Korean dramas and other top-rated shows in Asia on Viu, which has ad-supported (read: free) and paid tiers for those serious binge-watchers.

Viu Premium subscribers can watch videos without ads, unlimited downloads, full HD streaming, and more, while the free tier is limited to streaming on phones, tablets, and PCs at up to 480p resolution. In the Philippines, upgrading to Viu Premium normally costs P149 (around $2.65 converted) monthly or P349 ($6.21) for a 90-day subscription if you subscribe in the app or on the website.

A cheaper route is to purchase Viu vouchers on GCash to substantially save on subscription fees. And here’s how to do it.

  1. Open the GCash app.
  2. Tap “A+ Rewards,” scroll down, and click in the search bar.
  3. Type “Viu” and choose the 30-day Premium voucher priced at P26 ($0.46). You can also buy three-day and seven-day vouchers for less, if you’re not really into dramas and variety shows.
  4. Select “Buy Now.”
  5. Copy and paste the voucher code in the Viu app or on the website to get Viu Premium access in your account.
Guide to buying 30-day Viu Premium vouchers for as low as 26 pesos via Revu Philippines
Step-by-step (visual) guide

Oh, and just so you know, you can only grab five 30-day vouchers per GCash account each month. But don’t worry — if you’re hooked on those discounts, a spare account should do the trick! We don’t blame you: Paying a fraction of the usual cost for Viu Premium does sound enticing.

The local version of What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim has sparked numerous trending topics online since the romantic-comedy series dropped last March 18. It stars Kim Chiu in the titular role of Secretary Kim and Paulo Avelino as her demanding and narcissistic boss. Expect sparks to fly as a playful power struggle leads to a blossoming romance following Secretary Kim’s resignation — in case you didn’t get to see the original yet.

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Reviews editor: Ramon "Monch" Lopez has 16 years of professional experience creating and editing content for print and digital publications such as Yahoo. He headed the gadgets-merchandising division of one of the Philippines’ largest retail operators somewhere in between.