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NTUC Income launches Droplet - insurance plan to shield Grab customers from surge pricing when it rains

Droplet will pay up to 60 per cent of a commuter's trip fare or cancellation fee if he or she hails a ride through a ride-hailing platform and it is raining at the point of pickup.

NTUC Income's new insurance plan shields commuters from surge pricing on Grab when it rains

IN a move that suggests ride-hailing and surge pricing are here to stay, NTUC Income on Wednesday announced the launch of Droplet, a first-of-its-kind insurance product that protects commuters...

Uber to appeal Singapore's competition watchdog decision on Grab deal

UBER Technologies Inc has decided to appeal a decision by the Singapore competition regulator that its merger with regional rival Grab violated the city-state's competition laws, the firm said on...

Grab won't fight CCCS ruling and will pay fine

Apps firm Grab has decided not to appeal against an anti-competitive penalty, and will pay the $6.42 million fine imposed by the Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore (CCCS) last month...

Grab charges ahead even as it gears up for Go-Jek entry

Singapore-headquartered ride-hailing firm Grab may be synonymous with transport services, but the five-year-old business is steering its way towards bigger things, starting with food.

Grab to trial its GrabExpress courier service in Singapore on Tuesday

SINGAPORE - Grab will launch in Singapore on Tuesday (Oct 23) a beta trial of GrabExpress, its on-demand door-to-door delivery and courier service, to serve the growing demand for instant delivery...

Grab to launch beta trial of GrabExpress in Singapore

GRAB will launch in Singapore on Tuesday a beta trial of GrabExpress, its on-demand door-to-door delivery and courier service, to serve the growing demand for instant delivery of parcels.

Grab to pay $6.42m anti-competition fine as it prepares for Go-Jek arrival; Uber appealing watchdog's decision

SINGAPORE - Ride-hailing firm Grab has decided not to appeal against an anti-competitive penalty, and will pay the $6.42 million fine imposed by the Competition and Consumer Commission of...

Go-Jek - Grab's new competitor for S-E Asian dominance

GO-Jek - which will enter Singapore in November - is on course to build an empire of over 20 business verticals and take on Grab to become South-east Asia's most inclusive Super App.

Go-Jek in head-to-head fight with Grab for S-E Asian dominance

GO-Jek - which will enter Singapore in November - is on course to build an empire of over 20 business verticals and take on Grab to become South-east Asia's most inclusive Super App.