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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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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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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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Before the year ends, Grab will be an undeniable force in the digital wallet space.
Last year, Grab was in hot water for its multi-million dollar merger with U.S.-based ride-sharing platform Uber. The move sparked numerous investigations from competition commissions in the region, an issue that is yet to be settled, at least in the Philippines.Amid all ...
 
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It's available for a limited time only.
It’s been three weeks since water stopped flowing regularly in some homes in the east zone of Metro Manila. Most of those affected can't help but curse and blame Manila Water, the main water supplier of the other half of the capital. Until today, ...
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