100% of the delivery fee goes to the driver
Motorcycle-hailing services may not be allowed for the time being, but that is not stopping Angkas from helping out. For their contribution, Angkas rolled out a new service called Angkas Food. While their concept may be similar to other food delivery services like FoodPanda and GrabFood, Angkas is rolling out the service as their way of helping people and their riders during these trying times.
Angkas is not getting any commission for Angkas Food, so all delivery fees (minimum of Php 60 for the first 3kms and additional Php 10/km up to 5km) will go directly to the riders themselves. Currently, delivery fees are paid by cash and Angkas is enforcing a “touch me not” policy to comply with the social distancing.
Visit here for a list of restaurants that support Angkas Food.