Grab is taking over Uber in South-East Asia. How will it affect you?


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  • Monday, 26 Mar 2018

This photo illustration taken on March 26, 2018 shows the Grab and Uber booking application seen on a smart phone in Singapore. Singapore-based ride-hailing firm Grab announced on March 26 it has bought US rival Uber's business in Southeast Asia, ending a fierce battle for market share in the region. / AFP PHOTO / Roslan RAHMAN

So Grab has taken over Uber in South-East Asia. Great. But how will that affect the users?

Firstly, in an e-mail sent to its users, Grab says that "in the immediate term, nothing will change and operations will continue as normal."

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