List: Convenience stores in the Philippines
When time and situation forbid and you’re in desperate need of something to consume or use, you can always rely to convenience stores; they are clean, accessible, and open 24-hours a day, plus the security guards and CCTV cameras for your dear safety. So yeah, that is why they are called “convenience stores.”
Under the Philippine Seven Corp. (PSC), 7-Eleven convenience store opened its first ever branch in Kamuning, Quezon City, on February 29, 1984. Aside from general merchandise and ready-to-eat products, you can also transact e-services or pay your bills with ease at a 7-Eleven near you!
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2. Mini Stop
MINISTOP is a 24-hour convenience store chain and is a franchise of MINISTOP Co. Ltd., one of the largest convenience store chains in Japan. The store carries a wide assortment of merchandise and an extensive selection of ready-to-eat products.
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Lawson is not just an easy quick fix food stop, you can also send money, pay utilities, and other transactions such as Cash Withdrawals, Check Balances, Pay Bills, Transfer funds and Prepaid Autoload.
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4. Family Mart
Family Mart lives up to its mission to provide their valued customers fresh and high quality merchandise through fast and friendly service in a safe, clean and attractive environment.
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5. All Day
All Day is an up-and-coming, Filipino-owned convenience store chain, already with nearly 100 stores nationwide. Beyond offering an excitingly broad selection of grocery products, the chain provides affordable fast food meals such as siopao, hotdogs, pizza, sandwiches, salads, desserts, and soft-serve sundaes. It also offers services like bills payment for major utilities and service providers, as well as load for cellular phones.
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