For Me, Grab never failed when I needed a car or taxi.Luxmee wrote:Settling into SG and I'm wondering which app is more value for money.
Uber or Grab?
Probably drive his own Merc ?sundaymorningstaple wrote:I'm curious. When Comfort taxi drivers are sharing a Taxi, does the driver who is off shift, if he needs a taxi, does he call Comfort or Grab/Uber?
Fortunately that specific card is not used for other things, hence my being able to catch the double charge.bgd wrote:That's a pretty major problem. If it happened to me I would have moved to Uber, or even, heaven forbid, the local guys.ecureilx wrote:Just adding on ..
I had just one complaint with Grab...
Yeah, forgot that advantage of Grab. Cash !taxico wrote:i had my uber account hacked abut a year and a half ago. i think i was visiting my in-laws in korea... and i had about 3 or 4 mad trips occur in NSW australia.
after that, i switched to grab and always paid cash. i think it's usually cheaper by cab though...
I'm not sure that applies to customers in Singapore. If you look at the number of additional taxis now compared to pre-Uber, fares should be down. Rather, we find the rates are, at best, the same, but actually, most of the time we're now quoted higher rates than pre-Uber.rajagainstthemachine wrote:Uber introduced cash in India, also there are aggregator apps which query uber, grab, ola, menu and half a dozen others to get you the best price.
It's a field day if you are a customer.
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