Dingdong is the Grab Alternative We Don’t Know

Dingdong is the Grab Alternative We Don’t Know

We all know that a lot of delivery services want to compete against the likes of Grab and Lalamove, while motorcycle-hailing services see Move It (which is under Grab) and Angkas as one of the main competitors. But what if we told you that there’s another service that covers both motorcycle-hailing and delivery service–and happens to be named after one of the most popular celebrities in the Philippines? Yes, we’re referring to Dingdong, which is a delivery service that will soon offer motorcycle taxi services with Hatid.

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We weren’t kidding when we said that Dingdong is a business owned by Dingdong Dantes.

 

By the name itself, this delivery service is actually owned by none other than Dingdong Dantes, who manages to balance his family life, acting career, and his several businesses that include Dingdong PH. The service actually started back in September 2020 during the height of the pandemic. When Dingdong was starting off, their main line of service focuses on deliveries for e-Commerce and other marketplaces.

Making Dingdong unique from other delivery services is that it offers a subscription plan that helps cater to the different needs of small to medium businesses when it comes to logistics. Dingdong Dantes explained that the program aims to help businesses save in costs every time they conduct a transaction.

Dingdong is also expanding its services with Hatid to ferry commuters.

 

Fast forward to 2024, Dingdong is going to expand its services by offering motorcycle taxi services through Hatid, which was confirmed on their Facebook page last February 3Based on what they have revealed so far, Dingdong Hatid will be available under the Dingdong app that’s available in Google Play Store. Some of Dingdong Hatid’s unique features include options for scheduled booking, booking via QR, a dedicated SOS button in case of emergencies, and real-time live-agent assistance.

The service is not yet available as of writing this story, but Dingdong has been promoting Hatid lately through its free ride campaigns within the Pasig, Mandaluyong, Makati, and Taguig areas. Dingdong has also been recruiting riders as well, so it’s a matter of time before Hatid becomes available to the public. 

2 Comments

  • Pedro sampiano , March 16, 2024

    Paano po pwee mag apply?

  • Pedro sampiano , March 16, 2024

    Paano po mag apply?

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