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Uber’s Southeast Asia operations are now part of Grab

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Grab said it will integrate Uber’s ride sharing and food delivery business in the Southeast Asia region into Grab’s existing platform as it takes over Uber operations and assets in Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.

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KTMB pasengers to enjoy discounted Grab rides during festive seasons

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Passengers of KTMB will also enjoy exclusive discounted rides during festive seasons such as Chinese New Year, Hari Raya Puasa, Deepavali and Christmas. Grab will also be providing discounted rides to and from KTM Kuala Lumpur Railway station for the upcoming KTMB Skypark Link Run 2018 on 15 April 2018 (Sunday).

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Ride-Hailing platform, Grab celebrates its 1 Billionth Ride

Grab Inc., a ride hailing and mobile payments platform in Southeast Asia, announced that it has completed 1 billion rides across Southeast Asia.

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Grab launches new campaign to promote welfare of its Drivers

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Ride-hailing company, Grab Malaysia today announced ‘Better 365’, a campaign to promote the welfare of its driver-partners, 365 days of the year.

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Free GrabCar rides & Zero-rated data charges for Celcom customers

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As part of the partnership, new & existing GrabCar users may enjoy RM5 off each ride, limited to the first 5,000 monthly rides for Celcom customers.

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GrabCar service now available in Ipoh, Kuantan, Kuching and Seremban

Grabcar service now available in Ipoh (Perak), Kuantan (Pahang), Kuching (Sarawak) and Seremban (Negeri Sembilan), including Nilai and Port Dickson.

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GrabShare carpooling service now available in Malaysia

Grab, a ride-hailing platform in Southeast Asia, announced the launch of GrabShare, the company’s first on-demand commercial carpooling service in Malaysia.

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Grab app now comes with Instant Messaging to communicate with Drivers

Grab announced a new feature called GrabChat, an instant messaging platform embedded within the mobile app, allowing users to communicate with drivers.

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