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Grab says Metro Manila and Cebu voters will also enjoy a discount on Election Day, when they head to polls
Grab Philippines says it is 'mindful that cancellations are frustrating for everyone.' Here's how it plans to discourage both drivers and passengers from canceling rides.
Consumers may either purchase their tickets at the cinema or on the SM Cinema website using GrabPay
(UPDATED) Grab Philippines says it has banned the driver from its platform and that it will fully cooperate with authorities in their investigation
(UPDATED) Grab will reopen its free water delivery service in parts of Marikina City and Quezon City starting Thursday, April 4, along with the launch of a water hub in Mandaluyong City
(3rd UPDATE) Transportation Assistant Secretary Goddes Libiran says Secretary Arthur Tugade is 'not a micromanager'
Grab says the simulator would enhance the PNP Highway Patrol Group's road safety and security skills
With the day of hearts just around the corner, passengers can book 'GrabBaes', get free rides, surprise deliveries, or redeem freebies
Out of propriety, Grab Philippines public affairs manager Nicka Hosaka says she will not handle matters related to the Philippine Competition Commission
'We request the public to reach out to us for any sightings of these vehicles,' says Grab Philippines public affairs head Leo Gonzales
Among the new features include saving places, rewards points for being canceled on by drivers, and many others
Former country head Brian Cu is now Grab Philippines president, overseeing other services aside from transport
Here's how Grab's working to make each in-city adventure better than the next
(3rd UPDATE) PCC Commissioner Johannes Bernabe explains the failure to submit the needed data 'prevented the PCC and the 3rd party body' from monitoring the pricing commitments
Here are the international and homegrown food chains now part of GrabFood
Grab Philippines says it will continue to cooperate with authorities 'to seek justice' for Marko de Guzman, who died from injuries in a car crash in Manila
The free rides aim to supplement the limited number of cars that can be booked through the app
Marko de Guzman, a 20-year-old University of Santo Tomas engineering student, dies over a month after the car crash
Grab Philippines says it continues to reach out to Marko de Guzman's family but the latter says the offered assistance is not enough to cover the medical expenses
The service is available in Metro Manila and is currently being tested in Cebu City and Mandaue in Cebu with over 4,000 restaurants to choose from
The GrabTrike Premium service is only currently available in Binalonan, Pangasinan
Here’s how you can ensure a smoother ride the next time you book
The PCC is penalizing Grab for supposedly failing to keep its pre-Uber acquisition prices and quality of service, among other alleged violations of interim rules
Grab drivers will no longer just get you to your destination. The company's plan is for them to become emergency first responders and aid in busting crime, too.
(UPDATED) Philippine Competition Commission slaps Grab with a fine of P12 million and Uber with P4 million for causing 'undue difficulties' to the review of their deal
(UPDATED) Philippine Competition Commission chief Arsenio Balisacan says Smith & Williamson 'will serve as our eyes and ears on the ground'
Grab is among 11 non-banks licensed to operate as electronic money issuers in the country
The new surge pricing cap is effective Friday, September 21
Grab Philippines maintains that the P2-per-minute fare component is 'legal'
But the P10-million fine against Grab still stands
A group of ride-hailing services drivers says the PBA party list representative's accusations led to 'reduced income' for them
'We ask our drivers and passengers to be patient,' says Grab Philippines
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In fact, Grab has a 5% fare hike petition pending with the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board
Any breach of the fair pricing conditions and service quality commitments set by the Philippine Competition Commission will subject Grab to fines of up to P2 million per violation
Grab argues that the DOTr order allowing ride-hailing firms to set their own fares was still valid when the P2-per-minute charge was imposed
After the LTFRB imposed a P10-million fine on Grab Philippines, the company says it is studying all legal options
Grab Philippines is also ordered to reimburse commuters through rebates, although it can still appeal the LTFRB decision
The P2-per-minute travel charge suspension cause the 5% to 10% driver income drop, says Grab Philippines head Brian Cu
The multimodal passenger transport system envisioned by Grab allows passengers to select and take different modes of transport using the Grab service to reach their destination
The service's delivery fee is P49, with no minimum order
Grab Philippines says it would comply with the LTFRB order but hopes that the suspension would be lifted soon
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Grab Philippines country head Brian Cu says they have addressed the 'root causes' of unwanted driver behavior
The subsidy will be provided to drivers for trips that fall below P5.50 per minute or P330 per hour, which is the ideal amount a driver should earn, according to Grab Philippines
(3rd UPDATE) This means ride-hailing companies can no longer set or change fare schemes on their own
'No one among Grab parters is being forced to drive long hours. If the congressman is fair, he should also look into other transport sectors whose drivers work even longer hours earning less,' says Grab Philippines head Brian Cu
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The Philippine Competition Commission also finds that newly accredited ride-hailing companies are unlikely to provide much of a challenge to Grab – at least not in the near future
Grab has been charging a minimum fare of P80 for its sedan and 6-seater vehicles, and P125 for premium cars