Angkas just won the hearts of Filipinos everywhere… again! They recently introduced their newest service, Angkas Food. Although similar to GrabFood and FoodPanda, the ride-hailing app specifically designed this service to help partner-riders to earn money during the Luzon-wide quarantine.
Angkas specifically designs service to partner-riders.
With the government enforcing an enhanced community quarantine, transportations of all kinds remained in suspension to prevent the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19). Additionally, to help their riders whose livelihood became affected by the lockdown, Angkas won’t be getting any commission from the service. Of course, this only means that 100% of the delivery fee goes directly to the driver.
For the first 3-kilometer, the minimum delivery fee comes at PHP60 with additional PHP10 per kilometer. The maximum distance per delivery also only reaches at 5-kilometer. The ride-hailing app also hopes their customers would understand the limited delivery hours from 10AM to 5:30PM.
How does Angkas Food work?
However, this service currently only with specific restaurant partners and their branches. Of course, this includes:
Click this link to see their menu and contact details: https://bit.ly/AKSFood
- Crazy Bagnet in Cubao and Katipunan.
- Mama V in Malate.
- King Sisig in Farmer’s Market in Cubao, Market Market, PCU in Malate, and Comembo in Makati.
- Bulalo World in Market Market and Farmer’s Market in Cubao.
- The Smokeyard in Poblacion, Makati.
- Made in HK in Makati Ave.
- Barik Supremo Lambanog in Makati.
- Burger Matsing in Ybardolaza, Kamuning, UP Campus, Pook Ricarte, Tayuman, Parang in Marikina, Catmon in Malabon, Concepcion in Malabon, Bagong Silang Kaagapay, Banlat in Quezon City, Sauyo, Target 1 BF Homes, Marikina Heights, Himalayan Road in Quezon City, and Araneta Ave.
- Wobbly Pan, Spanish Bistro in Shangri-La Mall.
- A’toda Madre in Makati Ave.
- GOGI Korean BBQ in Poblacion.
- Ineng’s Special BBQ in Main Ave., Katipunan Ave., Visayas Ave., Sucat, and Bicutan.
- Pomodoro Pizza in Kapitolyo.
Of course, Angkas enforces “touch me not” policy.
“As part of maintaining social distancing, a no-touch interaction will be implemented. Upon the biker’s arrival, he/she will place the items on the seat of the motorcycle (or your doorstep) before moving back to a safe distance.”
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Angela Grace P. Baltan is a Communication graduate from Colegio de San Juan de Letran. She doesn’t hesitate to be opinionated in analyzing movies and television series. As a writer, she uses her articles to advocate for feminism, gender equality, and mental health among others.