Grab users can also transfer available funds from their GrabPay wallet to their bank accounts and e-wallets.
Ride-hailing app Grab has launched GrabPay Card in the Philippines, a digital-first prepaid card powered by Mastercard that brings the convenience of cashless payments to more Filipinos.
Grab, the top ride-hailing app in Southeast Asia, and its London-based counterpart Splyt Technologies have announced an enhanced collaboration to give travellers access to ride-hailing services anywhere in the world.
A group of TNVS drivers and operators initially announced a transport holiday on Monday, July 8, to protest the “problematic” policies of the LTFRB.
The mobile platform achieved the feat six months after recording 2 billion rides.
The Philippines is the 5th country in Southeast Asia where the full suite of GrabPay mobile wallet services becomes available.