GrabFood delivery fee will now cost up to RM9


The farther away the restaurant, the higher the delivery fee. — Grab Malaysia

Grab has changed the fee for its food delivery service from a fixed amount of RM5 to a tiered system that goes all the way to RM9.

In a statement, the company said that this is due to GrabFood expanding its service area so customers can order from a wider variety of restaurants previously not within their delivery area.

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