Grab Anthony Tan

Grab has hit its 3 billionth ride. Regardless if you’re a driver-partner and passenger, this is a significant milestone.

The company has come a long way since its first ride in 2012. It has since journeyed more than 21,065,336,859km, equivalent to going to the moon and back 27,400 times.

Grab hit 1 billion rides in October 2017, then doubling that just nine months later. Then just six months on, at precisely 21L34:32 (MYT) on Sunday, 20 January 2019, the company achieved 3 billion rides.

When it crossed the 3 billionth mark, Grab said there were 61 trips starting at the exact same time, taking place across 21 cities in 6 countries. The shortest was just 368m away, while the longest ride spanned 26.5km in Jakarta.

In Malaysia, the day with the most rides (between 7 June 2018 until 20 January 2019) was 31 December.

Here’s another fun fact: 21 babies were born on Grab rides!

For more fun facts, check out this infographic:

Grab 3 billion rides

Celebrating a milestone

To celebrate this latest feather on its cap, Grab is offering an exclusive one-day deal for customers. You can get MYR5 off your next Grab ride or GrabFood order of choice for just 300 GrabRewards points.

The discount can be used starting 30 January until 31 January 2019. You’ll find these offers in the GrabRewards catalogue in the Grab app.

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If you’re a frequent Grab ride or GrabFood user, you may want to consider subscribing to GrabClub.

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