News & Reviews: Grab Malaysia
Last Updated: Apr 08, 2020
In early April, we have reported that our government was considering a drive-through or online Ramadan Bazaar. Well, turns out that it is true all along and Grab Malaysia will be helping out on that. Here's how Grab will bring you a festive Ramadan season at your home.
Grab drivers & delivery partners now supported by COVID-19 Protection Fund & Grab Partner Relief PackageLast Updated: Mar 27, 2020
In line with the Pakej Rangsangan Ekonomi Prihatin Rakyat that was announced earlier today by our Prime Minister Muhyiddin today, Grab Malaysia have released an official response and decided to give us a better picture of the allowance allocation. Called as the Partner Protection Fund and Partner Relief Fund, here's a brief summary.
Last Updated: Mar 24, 2020
In this short news, Grab Malaysia announced that their Ride Cover insurance package will be coming to the Grab app soon and it's now live. As we reported before, each passenger can opt-in for the package and pay RM0.35/ride only but it gets better - it now comes with a Free COVID-19 coverage as well.
Last Updated: Mar 23, 2020
New update - Respecting the latest update from our Prime Minister announced this afternoon, Grab will be suspending the “self pick-up” option which was launched today. Grab is supportive of the government’s initiatives in flattening the curve of Covid-19 and will continue to work closely with relevant authorities during these trying times.
It's now Day 6 and Grab Malaysia have announced more updates on their services during this Movement Restriction Order period. While we are still able to go out to grocery stores and hypermarkets to resupply our food stock, we can now do our own "Self-Pickup" on GrabFood as well as Pasar on GrabMart. Here's how it works.
Grab Services to implement Contactless Delivery, GrabShare and GrabBike suspended temporarily and moreLast Updated: Mar 18, 2020
Just yesterday, Grab Malaysia announced that their services will go on as usual and same goes to foodpanda. However, foodpanda also announced that they have implemented a new contactless delivery method and it seems that Grab Malaysia will follow suit with a bunch of other new updates as well.
Last Updated: Mar 17, 2020
While this may look surreal, the Movement Restriction will begin from 18 March until 31 March 2020 as an initiative to minimize the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak. The government has ordered all private businesses to be closed down until further notice and many were wondering if Grab will cease operation. Thankfully, they are not.
Last Updated: Feb 27, 2020
Today, Grab Malaysia have announced a new insurance deal called Ride Cover. According to their blog page, you only need to pay RM0.35/ride and this will cover an accident during your eligible Grab ride in Malaysia or even if your ride comes late after 15 minutes. So how does this all work? We got it covered.
Last Updated: Jan 22, 2020
If you've been thinking about becoming a Grab driver, now is probably a good time. Grab Malaysia has announced that those who sign up to become a new Grab driver-partner before 31 March 2020 will be awarded up to RM800 in bonus and subsidies. Details of it are now up on Grab Malaysia's sign-up page.
Last Updated: Jan 17, 2020
The Philippines is set to launch GrabPay Card during the first quarter of 2020 after it launches in Singapore last year. Today, Grab Malaysia mentioned it is interested in launching the numberless GrabPay Card locally within this year.
Last Updated: Oct 10, 2019
Just a heads-up, the e-hailing regulations in Malaysia will take effect starting from 12 October 2019 onwards. What this means is that ordering a ride might take longer than usual, and Grab Malaysia has released a statement so this is what they have to say.