Barely 7 months after its launch, toktok expanded its services already, now it has its pabili service and partnership with two of the country’s leading malls. Spreading out even more, toktok has opened its doors to 4 wheels delivery. Ranging from sedan, MPV (up to 300 and 600 kls), van (up to 1000 kls), truck (up to 1000 and 2000 kls), you can now send bigger and heavier parcels, pieces of furniture and appliances or even lipat bahay only for a very low delivery charge.
Starting July 5, interested drivers may apply through toktok operators. Requirements such as owned vehicle, Professional Driver’s License, OR/CR, 2×2 photo, photos of the vehicle (front, side and back, please make sure that the license plate is visible) and valid NBI Clearance should be submitted prior to hiring. For L300 vehicle and above, a Provisional Authority trucking permit is also a requirement to be able to operate as truck-for-hire. If in any case the vehicle is not owned, you may present an authorization letter signed by the owner and attached any government issued ID. Customers may start using this service starting July 26. They just have to go to the app or website, click delivery and they can choose from the options which meet their requirement.
Founded by the country’s youngest tycoons, Jonathan So and Carlito Macadangdang, they are committed to help provide extra source of income for the drivers and operators and convenience for the customers, toktok has been diligently innovating and challenging itself as to how far can they go.
Toktok has just also recently launched its own online mall where you can shop for your favorite items, whether its clothes, grocery items, beauty products even all sorts of gadgets at very low prices and minus the risk of going out in crowded shopping malls. Toktok is powered by its sister company Cloud Panda Ph. For more updates on toktok and its other services, you may visit www.toktok.ph or download the app via google playstore and Appstore.