Grab hit by outage across the region


Grab has yet to offer an explanation as to what caused the issue or when it will be rectified. — YAP CHEE HONG/The Star

PETALING JAYA: Grab’s services are largely inaccessible to both consumers and its driver/delivery partners in several countries, including Malaysia, Singapore, the Philippines and Indonesia.

Arif Asyraf, Grab Drivers Malaysia Association president, said he has been getting hundreds of messages from drivers about the service disruption.

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