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It’s part of Grab’s Sagot Kita campaign.
Have you been craving food that you haven’t had since the start of the lockdown? Is there something you’d like to buy for yourself but you can’t? Would you like crazy discounts and deals on your next purchase or transaction? Grab’s making all ...
 
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A new bill details hefty penalties for canceled orders.
Think twice about canceling your Grab Food delivery order once this bill becomes law.AKO Bicol Party-list Rep. Alfredo Garbin has filed House Bill 6958, or the Food and Grocery Delivery Services Act, which seeks to punish those who cancel their food delivery ...
 
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It’s a partnership with Mastercard.
When officials gave the go-signal for transport network vehicle services (TNVS) like Grab to resume operations after the government-imposed lockdown, one of the new policies is that drivers can no longer accept cash payments. That means riders can only pay through credit cards ...
 
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No worries if you're planning to book a ride.
You’ve been there before—it’s rush hour, it’s raining, and the only way to get home is through booking a Grab ride. Prices can get steep if several riders are trying to get a car, but it’s safer and comfier compared to your ...
 
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Cash payments are not allowed.
Grab is gearing up to restart its ride-hailing operations that were suspended over two months ago because of the coronavirus pandemic. One of its new policies is that Grab drivers are allowed to cancel rides if he or she finds that the ...
 
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They're everywhere.
For the past few months hopefully you’ve been following social distancing and are staying home. Because of COVID-19 we saw businesses close and employees lose their jobs, but some people were able to find a side hustle or hustle even harder.One such ...
 
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Better to be safe than sorry.
Work-from-home is starting to look more and more attractive as commuting might just heighten the threat of catching COVID-19. Regular buses have stopped allowing overloading, and the metro trains are disinfecting coaches regularly. Grab is also stepping up its efforts against COVID-19, ...
 
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Brian Cu was exposed to the colleague at a golf club in San Juan.
Grab Philippines Country Manager Brian Cu does not have COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus. Cu had himself tested last March 2 after a colleague who he said was his guest at a golf club in Manila tested positive for the ...
 
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There were frequent cancellations as well as fake names from users.
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.According to Grab ...
 
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Consumers in Makati and nearby areas can now order food from businesses that weren't available there before.
24 Chicken is a chain of food stalls that serves Korean chicken—deep fried with a tasty glaze that comes either sweet or slightly spicy. Opened in 2017 by three guys originally from Beijing, China, the chain currently has 10 branches, all near ...
 
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Privacy watchdog says Grab didn't sufficiently assess the risks of its features.
The National Privacy Commission (NPC) is halting three of Grab’s personal data processing systems for alleged failure to comply with provisions in the Data Privacy Act of 2012 and possibly endangering the privacy rights of the riding public. In a cease and desist ...
 
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What you need to know before getting into a Grab.
To test its new safety and surveillance measures, Grab will be conducting a pilot study on Grab rides in Metro Manila in which vehicles will be equipped with in-car audio and video recording. What does this mean? It means Grab is watching ...
 
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Lower Grab fares are expected in February as demand for the ride-hailing app drops.
You probably noticed that since December, Grab fares have been unusually high. As it turns out, it was because of more people booking rides, and fewer drivers operating (because they also take holiday breaks). Supply simply did not meet the demand, so ...
 
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‘Grab has no liability to pay any fine,’ clarifies its president.
How much was your last Grab fare? Have you checked if you've been refunded already?Last week, the Philippine Competition Commission (PCC) ordered Grab Philippines to pay a fine of P23.45 million and refund its passengers a sum of P5 million for allegedly ...
 
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This comes after a female passenger filed a complaint against a Grab driver that allegedly sexually harassed her.
Grab has announced their plans to install in-car security cameras in the vehicles of their driver-partners to ensure the safety and security of passengers. The move follows a formal complaint filed against a Grab driver accused of sexually harassing a female passenger.The ...
 
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The Southeast Asian super app is expanding its business into the style, streaming, and cashless markets.
Despite its rocky past, from its troubles with the LTRFB to that problematic social media post (which it apologized for), Grab’s momentum can’t be stopped. It has already rolled out its projects in the F&B, hospitality, and delivery sectors, and now it's ...
 
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Netizens said the social media post was done in bad taste.
Grab Philippines has apologized for a social media post that made light of the controversy involving celebrities Gerald Anderson, Bea Alonzo and Julia Barretto.The post featured photos of six female celebrities, all of whom have been romantically linked to Anderson, along with ...
 
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The company also won’t penalize drivers who will join the TNVS transport holiday.
Grab says it will not impose penalties on its drivers who will join the first-ever “transport holiday” of Transport Network Vehicle Services (TNVS) on Monday, July 8. Instead, it will offer what it calls #TuloyPasada Reward to its drivers who choose to continue ...
 
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They also want LTFRB to allow hatchback cars to be driven as TNVS.
A group of transport network vehicle service (TNVS) drivers and operators has appealed to the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board to consider modifying certain points in the process of acquiring a permit to operate as a TNVS. In a press conference on ...
 
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The startup will rollout new services within the year.
JAKARTA—Grab is already Southeast Asia’s leading ride-hailing app, but the Singapore-based startup is far from done. This year, the company is moving further away from merely being a transport service and is set to introduce new “tiles” designed to respond to its ...
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