PCC wants it to continue, but LTFRB says otherwise
It's April 9, 2018, a day after Uber Philippines' announced shutdown of its app in our country, and the Uber service is...still running? We tested the app this morning and it still works.Well, sorta works. The Uber we have
It's not goodbye yet
Just when you thought it was time for us to bid farewell to Uber forever, the Philippine Competition Commission (PCC) has another say in the matter.The watchdog organization has recently been reviewing Grab's acquisition deal of Uber's Southeast Asian
How will our ride-sharing lives change?
You've probably heard or read by now about Grab's acquisition of Uber's Southeast Asian operations. We don't know yet for sure what kind of long-term effects this move will have. With no obvious competitor, Grab now has
From 125,000 to 45,000 vehicles
Yup, the saga between the The LTFRB, after thorough deliberation with the Department of Transportation, has decided to set a common supply base for TNVS. In Metro Manila, the limit is set at 45,000. In Cebu, it's 500, while Pampanga
Wouldn't it be great if it gave P190M in free rides instead?
It's been about two weeks since Uber PH was suspended by the LTFRB. Since then life has gone on, albeit harder for many commuters. Grab has been overwhelmed, and taxis, well, did what they do best. Before the long weekend break
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