Before you board a Grab vehicle, maybe you’d like to check if there’s a notice saying it will record your audio while you’re inside the car.
Not long ago, transport network company Grab announced that the Bus Marketplace — a service in which you can book your bus tickets in advance — is already in its app. At least for Filipino commuters who had preregistered for it.
It has long been rumored that Grab is in talks with Uber Technologies Inc. for a deal that could see the latter exiting yet another major market. Today, news agency Bloomberg says that Uber “has reached an agreement to sell its Southeast Asian ride-hailing business to rival Grab.”
OPPED in an Uber anywhere in Manila recently? You may have noticed an all-in, fixed fare on the Uber app, as opposed to a suggested fare that could be more expensive or cheaper than the actual fare.