Angkas is Back in the Streets But For Delivery Only

Angkas is now back in the streets after the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) banned their operation late last year. Now they're back but not as a human transport service but as a parcel delivery service. So, let's all welcome Angkas Padala!


Their mobile app was also updated to match the new service offering. Just go to the your App Store and Google Play to update.



How Much Does it Cost to Deliver?

For Manila, the base price is 50 Pesos for the first two kilometers, and 10 Pesos per succeeding kilometer. Pricing may vary based on demand. 

For Cebu, the flag down price is 20 Pesos and 15 Pesos  per kilometer for the first 8 kilometer, and 20 pesos per kilometer beyond that

Weight and size should not exceed 10 kilograms and 43cm x 38cm x 24cm dimensions respectively.

All items must be unsealed and inspected by the biker before delivery. Prohibited items includes cash, precious stones, jewelry, banderols/tax stickers, negotiable instruments, weapons and other hazardous materials, animals, human remains, pornography, and any illegal goods such as narcotics.


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