Grab Malaysia to introduce helicopter food delivery service GrabFoodCopter... on April 1


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  • Friday, 29 Mar 2019

Here is a reminder that GrabFoodCopter is launching on April 1. The first of April. — GrabFoodMy Facebook

Grab Malaysia is taking its food delivery service to a whole new level by introducing GrabFoodCopter. Yes, a food delivery service via helicopter.

According to a video posted on GrabFood Facebook page, this service is aimed at Malaysians who are too ashamed to admit they like Singaporean food more.

Hence, they can use GrabFoodCopter to get food delivered from Singapore and enjoy their forbidden fruit, er meal, without being judged by friends. (They might as well give up their Malaysian passport to the delivery guy in this process.)

Grab says they are looking for 1,500 GrabFoodCopter beta testers. According to Grab communications manager Regina Robin, delivery during the beta testing period is free. 

For those who are interested, they can sign up here. The form requires correspondents to name which famous Singaporean restaurant they would like to see on the GrabFood Malaysia listing. (The correct answer is obviously NONE but there is no harm asking for something anyway.)

We would like to remind you that Grab Malaysia will be launching the GrabFoodCopter on April 1. (Yes, that's April 1.)

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