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8 ATTACH a vertical grab bar near the tub edge, following the procedures shown in Photos 1 - 7.
Grab customers would equally be able to redeem RM5 Digi prepaid top-ups using 750 GrabRewards points via the Grab app.
Based on the petition paper, Grab cited the TRAIN law, which became effective January 1 this year, resulting in a higher excise tax on petroleum products and vehicle maintenance costs.
In 1990, as a teenager, Danielle Ontiveros created Grab The Gold[R] in her kitchen while searching for the perfect breakfast alternative.
The web video marketplace is experiencing unprecedented growth, and leading the team at Grab Networks is an incredible opportunity," said Alvin Bowles, CEO of Grab Networks.
We are thrilled to bring more convenience to our customers on the ground and in the air through our new partnership with Grab, while also offering KrisFlyer and GrabRewards members the opportunity to convert points to miles and redeem them for award flights or flight upgrades.
Yes, even Grab Car operators will be apprehended by August 21 if they cannot secure the necessary franchise with the LTFRB," Ginez said, adding that the August 20 deadline applies to both Uber and Grab Car.
The project is designed to use data analysis to allow Grab to provide its driver partners across the region with enhanced access to connected car services that will improve their experience on the Grab platform.
By modifying our GRAB case and merging it with the RHYTHM Earphone Lanyard, we now provide a unique, integrated wearing solution available in time for the holiday gift-giving season.
In an e-mail sent to loyal passengers, Grab Philippines said that their drivers could ask for identification before starting the trip, especially during the night shift.
An on-demand transportation and mobile payments platform in Southeast Asia, GRAB, has announced that one-stop mobile transportation platform, Didi Chuxing (DiDi), and SoftBank Group Corp, a global technology leader driving the Information Revolution, will invest up to US$2 billion to lead Grabs current round of funding.