Grab’s new policy irks M’sians


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  • Wednesday, 20 Mar 2019

Grab is interested in doing business with JD Central, a US$500mil e-commerce joint venture that Central launched earlier this year with China

PETALING JAYA: Local rideshare users are up in arms over Grab Malaysia’s updated Passenger Can­cel­­lation Policy which goes into effect on March 25.

The policy, which states that passengers who cancel rides five minutes after getting a driver will be charged a fee ranging from RM3 to RM5, spurred much disapproval on social media yesterday.

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