Since Grab is offering Zero Fares, Uber is now offering a special promo for cities outside the Klang Valley. From now until 5 March, they are giving RM100 worth of free rides around town.
The French businessman was caught cheating by his other half when she began receiving notifications about his Uber trips.
Grab has just launched GrabShare, a new ride sharing service in Malaysia that aims to be a smarter way to travel. It’s a carpooling service which allows you to share your ride with someone else.
This will not only bring down the cost of point to point travel but it also helps to reduce congestion on the road.
Grab is countering Uber’s RM0.99 offer with an even better deal. Now everyone can enjoy free Grab rides for short trips from now until 28 February 2017.
Today, in Digi‘s network update briefing, the telco made a bold claim that they had the most advanced LTE-Advanced network in Malaysia. According to them, this is due to the fact that they have the widest LTE-A network coverage plus VoLTE capabilities with VoWiFi rolling out sometime soon.
If you think about driving into KL on a busy weekday, you probably expect crazy jams and the hassle of looking for parking. Instead of driving, why not take an Uber instead? For two weeks, Uber is offering flat-rate 99 sen rides for short trips within the Klang Valley.
WhatsApp has just introduced a new way of securing your account. If the standard SMS verification isn’t enough, you can now add another layer with its new two-step verification. So even if someone grabs hold of your SIM or hijacks your mobile number, this will prevent unwanted access to your WhatsApp account.
This afternoon the folks from Grab had sent us something out of the ordinary. It’s a monster-sized cookie packed in a typical pizza box.
Apparently, the Maps app wasn’t user-friendly enough, so Google is now upping the ante with a brand new update for the Android version. Making navigation through the app much simpler and quicker. Now you don’t have to fiddle with your phone to get to those tabs.