What can we possibly get with RM1 today? Apparently not much judging by the state of our economy. But all this is about to change, thanks to Grab!

Grab, South East Asia’s leading ride-hailing platform is set to return the power of the ringgit by offering the cheapest car ride in town for a duration of one week.

Grab’s latest RM1 promotion, available to customers in the Klang Valley region and now Johor Bahru, essentially means passengers can enjoy unlimited rides within 5km distance for only RM1 when they pay via credit/debit card from 7 to 13 April 2016.

“Since our inception in 2012, Grab (formerly known as MyTeksi) has been seeking opportunities to provide safe and reliable alternative options of transportation with the equal assurance of speed and a certainty of vehicle. And in view of recent economic circumstances, we are also taking affordability of rides into serious consideration as well,” said Jaygan Fu, Country Manager of Grab Malaysia.

To enjoy this incredible RM1 promo*, customers just need to follow these simple steps:

Step 1:            Download the Grab app and tap the GrabCar (RM1 Ride) icon.
Step 2:            Enter your credit/debit card details.
Step 3:            Choose your pickup and drop off points.
Step 4:            Book your ride and away we go (no promo code required)!

Fu went on to elaborate that the Grab’s RM1 promo, this will enable passengers to escape the heat and still travel comfortably and conveniently from places such as Mont Kiara to Publika, TTDI to The Curve or Suria KLCC to Pavilion for only RM1!

Introduced in 2012 in Malaysia, the Grab App is now available in 30 cities across six countries therefore solving critical transportation challenges and making transport freedom a reality for the 620 million people in the region. Grab which began as a taxi-hailing app has extended its product platfoms to include private car services (GrabCar), motorcycle taxis (GrabBike), social carpooling (GrabHitch) and last mile delivery (GrabExpress). (GrabBike, GrabHitch and GrabExpress are not available in Malaysia).

For complete details about the RM1 promo or Grab, passengers can click here or log on to http://bit.ly/GrabRM1_AutoBuzz.


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Matthew H. Tong
A straightforward, fun-loving guy who appreciates the superficiality of a car's appeal, but his admiration for anything on four wheels gives him no reason to neglect the makings of a car. He still believes that fun comes with three pedals and a stick.