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The order came from the Philippine Competition Commission
This will be good news to those who feel Grab is overcharging its customers. Today, the Philippine Competition Commission (PCC) ordered the ride-hailing firm to refund its customers P5 million based on bookings between February and May 2019. According to a
Introducing GrabFamily and GrabPet
The newly launched GrabCar Premium service sounds nice and all, and we're sure it'll have its own share of users. But if you've been waiting for the ride-hailing company to roll out something more practical and inclusive, this
The first ever ‘TNVS Holiday’ includes a 12-hour strike
How do you go around the metro on a daily basis? If you often use ride-hailing services, this might spell bad news for you.Recent reports have surfaced that multiple transport network vehicle service (TNVS) groups plan to hold the first '
Brace yourselves: Inconvenience is coming
Is taking a Grab ride part of your everyday routine? If your answer is yes, you're going to want to sit down for this.The ride-hailing giant has announced that it is about to deactivate 8,000 of its transport
Time sure flies
We still remember the dark times before ride-hailing apps arrived. If you were out in the metro and it rained on a Friday, you were screwed. There were taxis galore, of course, but they roamed about arrogantly, waiting for someone to
Other TNCs have, too
Are you a frequent Grab user? Then you probably know of the company's P50 cancellation and no-show fees which were imposed just last week.Yesterday, however, the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) called for a meeting with representatives
The campaign is in partnership with the Commission on Elections
The national midterm elections are fast approaching, and it gives us Filipinos a time to reflect on our country's future and to make our voices heard at the polls. To help voters make better choices, Grab Philippines, together with the Commission
The fee will go directly to the driver
Do you have a penchant for canceling on Grab drivers? You might want to be more mindful of this because the ride-hailing platform is now charging riders P50 for canceled bookings.The measure is part of the company's 'Better Everyday'
You are not alone
As much as possible, I try to avoid ride-hailing-I only whip out my phone and book a ride when it's for work or when I want to get to my destination not looking like I've just gone to
And some other cool features
In an event held on January 30, 2019, mobile platform Grab Philippines revealed new features for its app. Back in November, Grab announced that it will start penalizing users who excessively cancel on the drivers they had booked. During the recent event,
From December 13 to 24
Worried about the impending holiday traffic? That's understandable. December has always been one of the worst times for congestion. Between the mall sales and everyone flush with 13th month 'bonuses,' it's a bad time to be stuck on the road.
For the island’s reopening
After its government-sanctioned rehabilitation, the island of Boracay is open to the public once again. Just in time for the reopening, Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) turned over three PUV units to Grab Philippines for use on the island. The ceremony was
This will be a big help
SM just gave us our first taste of 2018 holiday traffic madness with a three-day Megamall sale, and it's only going to get worse in the weeks to come. People have cash and things need to be bought, so it'
The result of a deal made earlier this year.
A few months ago, Singapore-based ride-hailing company Grab announced that it had entered into a partnership with Toyota-and it was literally a big deal. The Japanese carmaker agreed to invest $1 billion in the company. You can read all
DOTr and LTFRB respond to Grab's recent statements
The kalyeserye involving Grab and the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) and Department of Transportation (DOTr) has been ongoing for a while now. You can revisit the drama here.Shots were fired recently when Grab released statements saying that the
No surge fare here, folks
You've got to give it to the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA). While most of us are hunkered down, safe and warm inside our homes, MMDA personnel are out there ready to rescue victims of typhoon Ompong.These dudes have it
That includes Grab
The back and forth between the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) and transport network companies (TNCs) continues. Manila Bulletin reports that the government organization yesterday issued Memorandum Circular No. 2018-019, which approves the controversial P2 per minute fare charge
Our dream garages on the big screen
Wealth-porn enthusiasts are abuzz right now over the recent theatrical release of the Crazy Rich Asians movie. Based on the book series by Kevin Kwan, the film tells the tale of Rachel Chu, an American-raised economics professor from New York.
A statement from Brian Cu
Earlier today, the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) issued a hefty punishment against Grab. In all, the government body ordered the ride-sharing company to pay a P10 million fine and to reimburse riders charged with the controversial P2 per
Rebates for riders charged P2 per minute
In an order released by the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) dated July 9, 2018, Grab Philippines is being ordered to pay a P10 million penalty. The ride-sharing company is also ordered to reimburse riders who were charged with
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