2nd June 2022 - 2 min read
Grab has announced a revamp to its GrabUnlimited plan, which will now provide subscribers with additional benefits, in addition to the existing set of vouchers that offer more than RM300 in savings. Set to go live on 1 July 2022, the new plan will enable members to earn GrabRewards points with improved redemption rates to offer effective returns of 1.5%.
If you’re subscribed to GrabUnlimited, you’ll be able to earn 1.5 GrabRewards points for every RM1 spent, and enjoy a discounted redemption rate when you redeem vouchers of 500 points = RM5 (compared to 800 points = RM5 currently). Combined, this means your effective returns stands at 1.5%. Meanwhile, non-subscribers will only earn 0.75 GrabRewards for every RM1 spent, and will redeem vouchers at its normal rate (which will be revised at 750 points = RM5). This gives non-members a lower 0.5% return rate.
In addition, GrabUnlimited members will also enjoy exclusive Grab services, including a new feature known as Top-Rated Drivers when using JustGrab, which pairs users to Grab’s most experienced drivers who maintain a high driver rating for their past 100 rides. Members will also be able to pay a discounted rate of RM2.50 for the Premium Delivery feature on GrabFood (instead of RM3.50).
Managing director of Grab, Sean Goh said that the roll-out of the upgraded GrabUnlimited plan is aimed at providing more value to its users. “The enhanced rewards and benefits not only make every ringgit spent on Grab more rewarding, but are also part of our ongoing efforts to outserve our consumers by offering them affordable access to the best of our platform, and giving them more reason to choose Grab for their everyday everything needs,” he said.
The new GrabUnlimited plan will be available for subscription starting from 1 July 2022, with no changes to its subscription price of 1 sen in the first month and RM4.90 for subsequent months.
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