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The initial 4,000 slots were filled quickly
With the country mostly relaxing its restrictions on Covid-19, the need for mobility and transport is coming back to pre-pandemic levels. Keen on catering to that demand, Grab Philippines would like an additional 20,000 slots for Transport Network Vehicle
Is this really necessary?
Nobody likes red tape. Well, almost nobody. We reckon there are plenty of fixers out there with business models that rely almost entirely on its existence. But yeah, you get the point.Now, imagine that a single piece of red tape is
In fact, the opposite is happening
Is the demand for ride-hailing dwindling? Apparently, some groups believe so. According to data presented by Grab, though, the situation is quite the opposite.During a media roundtable discussion held by the ride-hailing giant earlier today, officials bared that demand
Will this finally address the surge in demand?
Metro Manila's ride-hailing scene is about to get some backup.In a statement, the Philippine Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) said that it is giving 100,000 new transport network vehicle service (TNVS) franchise applications for Metro Manila
Pay for Grab transactions directly using the mobile e-wallet
Regular Grab and GCash user? You can soon use GCash to directly pay for your Grab rides and deliveries thanks to a partnership between the transport app and the mobile wallet. Though there's no final date for implementation yet, both parties
‘We do not always get it right’
Did you think traffic was rough over the course of the 2022 holiday season? If your answer is yes, just imagine how much harder the transport situation was for getting around without a personal vehicle.Even Grab, which is supposed to be
Will this be enough, though?
According to the Department of Transportation (DOTr), passenger volume at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) surged by 229% in November 2022 compared to the same period last year. Not surprisingly, arriving passengers haven't had the easiest time booking rides or
From now until November 4
Craving a burger this Undas? If so, you might want to check out this new promo from Burger King. From now until November 4, the fast food chain has resurrected (no pun intended) its Ghost Whopper offering. This limited-edition burger features
The cost of mobility continues to rise
When fuel prices rise, the rates at the pump aren't the only ones that go up. Remember: It's a domino effect, and the cost of mobility as a whole is affected.Last week, we reported that local taxi drivers and
‘Idol ko rin ‘yan eh’
Not all famous people rely on personal chauffeurs to get around. At one point, many celebrities were regular people, too-and we like to think you don't just forget your roots after a breakthrough moment in the spotlight.In the case
As part of the government’s Libreng Sakay Program
Don't have a ride ready to pick you up when you land at the airport? Consider yourself in luck, then.NEWS YOU MIGHT HAVE MISSED:LTO extends validity of driver's licenses, student permits expiring in JuneApparently, riders are covering their
Have you experienced this?
We understand that money's tight. With the way gas prices are going and potential tax hikes on the horizon, it's understandable that many are now trying to find way to earn a little extra income. We have to say, though,
Rent by Grab is now available in select cities in Metro Manila
In dire need of a new transport solution in Metro Manila? Check this out: Grab Philippines' newest car-rental service, Rent by Grab.The company is rolling this new service out in partnership with Hertz PH. It aims to "provide a more
It should be easier to book rides soon
How has your ride-hailing experience been ever since Metro Manila shifted to Alert Level 1? If you've been having a difficult time booking rides, your life might soon become a whole lot easier.The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (
Remember this?
Remember when the Philippine Competition Commission (PCC) ordered ride-hailing giant Grab to refund its users in Metro Manila owing to pricing issues following its takeover of Uber's local operations? Apparently, not many users have claimed the amount they're owed.
This will come in handy
Seaoil's latest promo should make rising fuel prices easier to swallow. Well, at least if you're a transport network vehicle service (TNVS) driver or delivery partner.Every Monday this March, Seaoil is giving TNVS drivers and delivery partners from select
Will the company bounce back in 2022?
The pandemic has not been kind to the ride-hailing industry. Just in case you're wondering how rough it's been, Grab posted a $1.1 billion loss in the final quarter of 2021, bringing its losses for the year to
But why, though?
Well, that was short-lived. Commuters will no longer be able to book Move It rides via the Grab app after the motorcycle taxi service was suspended from the service.In a strongly worded statement, Move It blamed the development on other
The company is expanding its coverage to more cities and municipalities
Here's some good news to those living outside Metro Manila: GrabFood is expanding its food delivery services.The expansion was meant to accommodate requests from residents in Bulacan, Cavite, and Laguna of food deliveries, Grab Philippines said. The company's services
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