It's their way of aiding social distancing efforts.
Ride-hailing app Grab will be suspending its GrabShare services amid rising cases of coronavirus disease or COVID-19.The suspension takes effect on March 13, Friday, 12 noon in Metro Manila and Cebu. "To aid in the social distancing prescribed by
Demand is expected to drop during the month.
Ride-hailing app Grab forecasts that it will most likely charge lower fares in February 2020.According to Grab Philippines president Brian Cu, they expect the demand for rides to drop in February, which will trigger a decrease in the cost of
Were you one of the many Grab users who got their refund today?
In November 2019, the Philippines' only ride-hailing app Grab was slapped with a P23.45 million fine by antitrust watchdog Philippine Competition Commission (PCC). Along with this, Grab was also ordered to issue a refund to passengers for about P5 million
Sadly, there's more demand than supply.
Booking a ride on Grab can be an ordeal: Driver cancellations, high fees, and difficulty in booking especially on a payday Friday are just some of the problems riders often encounter.With the Christmas season in full swing, you may have noticed
Grab was recently slapped with a P23.45 million fine by an antitrust watchdog group.
On November 18, antitrust watchdog Philippine Competition Commission (PCC) slapped ride-hailing app Grab with P23.45 million of fines. They also ordered the company to refund passengers about P5 million in overcharges, GMANews reported.The PCC said that it has "resolved
What the driver did is punishable by law.
Yesterday, Bela Padilla booked a Grab and was upset that her driver shared her address-a violation of the company's privacy policy and is punishable by law."Rode Grab today," Bela tweeted, "and the driver announced on the Grab radio where
'Canceled?!' Talaga?!
If you've ever booked a Grab car, then these funny scenarios have definitely happened to you before. Payday Friday rush? Uncooperative driver? Canceled bookings? We've been through it all! PRODUCED BY: Retty ContrerasVIDEO: Jean Saturnino, Jham MarianoART DIRECTOR:
It was made with paw-rents and furbabies in mind!
Grab just made it easier for pet parents to travel conveniently around the metro with their fur babies as the ride-hailing app quietly rolled out their newest service, GrabPets.The service was made with pet parents and their fur babies in
Of course, the object of their ire is the LTFRB.
UPDATE: 11:27 a.m., August 15Uber Philippines has filed a motion for reconsideration with the LTFRB. Posting on their official Facebook page, Uber Philippines says, "In response to overwhelming rider and driver demand, we have filed a motion for reconsideration with
Grab and Uber fans give this a five-star rating.
This is good news for many Metro Manila commuters who rely on Uber and Grab vehicles."On Wednesday, July 19, the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) allowed ride-sharing services Grab and Uber to appeal their alleged colorum violations, effectively
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