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Grab Philippines has applied for a P20 increase in its base fare for its GrabCar service to help retain existing drivers and entice more into its platform. The company said there are about 25,000 active GrabCar drivers currently plying the roads. That’s only ...
“There’s so much to do.”
It has had its ups and downs, but the self-styled regional “super app” Grab is celebrating 10 years in the Philippines this year. What started as GrabTaxi—a ride-hailing company meant to help regular commuters, particularly women, get to where they needed to ...
A one-stop shop for riders and drivers.
Grab Philippines has opened its fancy new headquarters in Marikina City where Grab riders and drivers can facilitate all their transactions with the food delivery and logistics giant. The company says the new Grab Warehouse has already been completed a few months before ...
Your move, LTFRB.
As life returns to a semblance of normality for many Filipinos, companies are working on ways to accommodate the surge of people going back out into the world. There are more commuters on the road, and that means an ever-increasing number of ...
Meet Grace Vera Cruz.
Grace Vera Cruz was named country manager of Grab Philippines in October 2020, but it took her a whole year before she felt she was ready to face the media. On Wednesday (November 3), Vera Cruz sat down with journalists in her ...
MOVE IT will now be available through the Grab app.
Grab Philippines is finally entering the motorcycle ride hailing service in the Philippines, but not by launching its own service. Instead the Singapore-based company has announced a partnership with MOVE IT, effectively putting it in competition against popular motorcycle taxi services Angkas ...
Loan through your phone.
When Grab set out to be the region’s all-in-one super app, they meant business. What was once a ride-hailing platform has grown to include everything from food and parcel delivery, e-wallet, shopping, even insurance and hotel bookings. Most recently, Grab Philippines forged an ...
61 percent of Filipinos don’t want to get vaccinated. 
A recent survey conducted by Pulse Asia revealed that 61 percent of Filipinos are hesitant or against receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. Lack of information, compounded by misleading reports on the safety of COVID-19 vaccines and the social trauma caused by the Dengvaxia ...
Don’t get your hope up about the amount though.
Some Grab passengers can expect a tiny amount credited to their Grab app for some pricing issues last year.The Philippine Competition Commission directed the company to disburse a total of P6.25 million to select passengers who used GrabCar in Metro Manila between ...
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