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Are Singapore Taxi Companies Ganging Up Against Local Commuters?

(Source: dollarsandsense.sg)

At the beginning of March, several taxi companies applied to the Public Transport Council (PTC) to introduce “surge pricing” for taxi rides that are made through bookings. 1,335 more words

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Tigerair’s 48hr sale features fares fr $34 all-in to Langkawi, Jakarta, Ho Chi Minh City, Krabi, HK & more! Book from 23 – 25 Mar 2017

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Starts Tomorrow

Starts23 Mar 2017 (Thu)Ends25 Mar 2017 (Sat)Location


TigerAir will be having their weekly 48hr Tigerflash from this Thursday 8am to Saturday 8am. 308 more words


Grab introduces fixed fare GrabTaxi rides through their new JustGrab feature

(Source: www.hardwarezone.com.sg)

Grab introduces fixed fare GrabTaxi rides through their new JustGrab feature

Grab launches a new JustGrab feature today – it hails fixed fare GrabTaxi and GrabCar rides at a single tap of the JustGrab button. 507 more words


Grab combines taxi and private hire fleets for new fare pricing service

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

SINGAPORE: Ride-hailing app provider Grab has combined its fleet of private-hire drivers and taxi drivers for a new dynamic fare pricing service – JustGrab – days after the transport authorities gave dynamic pricing for taxis the green light. 624 more words

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Jetstar runs a 4-day 'Fares-in-Pairs' Sale for UOB Cardmembers from 21 - 24 Mar

(Source: www.moneydigest.sg)

Here’s Jetstar’s latest promotion.

Travel in pairs and enjoy exclusive fares with Jetstar for UOB Cardmembers.

For only 4 days, from 21 – 24 Mar, Jetstar will run a… 360 more words

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Pitfall in taxi surge pricing?

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

If you can’t beat them, join them?

Four taxi firms – SMRT, Premier, Trans-Cab and HDT Singapore Taxi – are expected to roll out a “dynamic pricing” option later this week, a pricing mechanism used by private-hire services Uber and GrabCar. 311 more words

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Taxi companies get green light to implement dynamic pricing system

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

SINGAPORE – Taxi companies have been given the green light to implement a new “dynamic pricing” system, in which fares will vary according to passenger demand. 290 more words

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