Well, that was quick
Well, that was quick.Following the suspension of all its operations just this morning, Grab Philippines has now announced that GrabFood and GrabExpress will resume operations. As of this writing, both services are now back up on Grab's mobile app. Food
The ride-hailing company made the announcement today
When the government announced Luzon's enhanced quarantine and public transportation ban, it meant it. No buses, no trains, no jeepneys, and no Grab, too.The ride-hailing giant has suspended all of its operations within Luzon, including GrabFood, GrabExpress, and GrabTrike.
Beginning tomorrow at noon
GrabShare regulars, take note: The service, which is a more affordable version of a regular GrabCar albeit with shared passengers, is set to be suspended by the ride-hailing platform due to the continued spread of COVID-19 in the Philippines.According
Among other violations
Grab is a service that goes both ways. It takes cooperation from both the passenger and driver's side to make this whole thing work. And if you think you can get away with being an inconsiderate user without repercussions, think again.
What do you think, commuters?
The ongoing motorcycle-taxi pilot run currently allows only three service providers to operate: Angkas, JoyRide, and MoveIt. Grab Philippines-which is not new to this type of service-clearly wants to be the fourth. If things work out well, that is.
The features were supposed to make rides safer
The National Privacy Commission (NPC) has issued a cease and desist order (CDO) against Grab's in-car video and audio recording and selfie-verification pilot runs, saying these are not in compliance with the Data Privacy Act of 2012 and may
Excited?
The return of GrabBike is looking increasingly likey-at least if the ride-hailing firm's latest activity on social media is to be believed.Grab Philippines head Brian Cu recently took to Facebook to post a teaser of GrabBike's return,
The company hopes to improve safety through in-car audio and video recordings
We recently came across a social-media post about a certain in-car recording feature that Grab Philippines has apparently rolled out. In the tweet below, you'll see a netizen actually complaining about how the said features can be enabled without
Excited for this motorcycle taxi to make a comeback?
In case you missed it, Grab has already expressed its intent to revive its own motorcycle taxi service, GrabBike, which was discontinued in 2016 to comply with government regulations.No word yet on exactly when the ride-hailing service will be making
“The ride-hailing sector is at a volatile state at the moment”
Grab has a message for all the country's motorcycle-taxi players amid the government's controversial pilot run: Play nice.In a statement released yesterday, the country's largest ride-hailing company urged a prospective motorcycle-taxi company to refrain from
Another new player?
It looks like another player plans to enter our country's circus of a motorcycle taxi industry-and this time, it's a familiar one.Grab has officially expressed its intent to revive its own motorcycle taxi service GrabBike which, if you'
Yes, please
Have you become wary of opening your Grab app due to the ride-hailing service's exorbitant fares of late? Well, its management has some very good news for you.According to a report by GMA News Online, Grab Philippines president Brian
How much did you get?
What better way to end the year than by getting back some money, right? As promised, Grab Philippines today began issuing refunds as mandated by the Philippine Competition Commission (PCC). This was after the government agency ordered the ride-sharing company to
Where will P1 get you these days?
We now take a quick break from the developing Angkas saga and shift our focus back onto another crowd-favorite ride-hailing app in Grab.A couple of weeks ago, the Philippine Competition Commission (PCC) ordered Grab Philippines to refund P14.15
No later than February 10, 2020
Bad news for Grab Philippines: The Philippine Competition Commission has imposed on the ride-hailing company another P16.15-million fine-P14.15 million of which will be refunded to customers.Earlier this year, the PCC imposed a P23.45-million fine
Some will get below a peso, some over P100
Grab recently made headlines when the Philippine Competition Commission's (PCC) ordered the company to refund about P5 million to its customers due to alleged overcharging. Now, the ride-hailing service provider has released a statement regarding these recent events."Grab will
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
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