Will things go back to normal now?
So that's that. Grab's time-based P2.00 per minute charge is returning, and you can expect it to be reflected in fares as early as 12am tomorrow (September 21, 2018).In a Facebook post released earlier tonight, Grab Philippines
But is the drama almost over?
In case you missed it, the Philippine Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) reversed its decision ordering Grab to reimburse passengers for its P2.00 per minute  fare component. That doesn't mean that the ride-hailing firm is in the
The government fires back
Earlier today, the Mandaluyong City Regional Trial Court granted a preliminary injunction to ride-hailing service Angkas, which prevents the government from interfering with their operations until a final ruling is made. The governing bodies in power and Angkas have rarely gotten
Are things finally on the right track?
The Grab-Uber deal has finally been approved by the Philippine Competition Commission (PCC), but not without conditions-among them more transparency regarding fares and the implementation of Grab's destination masking feature for all drivers. Destination masking, well, 'masks' the destination
The ride-hailing company is growing
Grab, which has already proven itself big enough to swallow the Southeast Asian operations of Uber, has just gotten $2 billion bigger.Tech in Asia reports that the Singapore-based company has announced this signifant boost to its budget after a long-
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
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