Moovr PH app to launch e-scooter and bicycle-sharing services in BGC

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Local e-scooter and bicycle-sharing app Moover PH is going to launch its services this December, starting in Bonifacio Global City (BGC).

Moover PH is the country’s first e-scooter and bike sharing app. In its initial run in BGC, the service will start with a fleet of 200 single speed bikes and 20 Segway Ninebot Pro Max e-scooters, with 14 hubs.

Moovr PH e-scooter and bicycle sharing app

To use the service, just download the Moovr PH app from the Play Store or the Apple App Store, load credits via GCash or credit and debit cards, and scan the QR code of the bike or e-scooter to officiate the rental.


Rented vehicles can be used for a maximum to 24 hours, while e-scooters have to be returned if the battery level falls below 15 percent. For those squeamish about cleanliness, the bikes and e-scooters are regularly sanitized and disinfected.

Rates starts at Php 15 for 15 minutes or Php 60 per hour for bikes, and Php 50 for 20 minutes or Php 150 per hour for e-scooters.

Moovr PH plans to make the service available to other areas in the Philippines soon.


Bryan is a tech enthusiast and self-admitted geek who enjoys blogging and watching NBA clips on YouTube. He has over 20 years of experience in corporate communications, marketing services, and customer relations from different industries such as telecommunications and banking.

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  1. For me, it’s not useful. Most people in BGC don’t live there. Walkable halos lahat ng BGC. If for fun yung idea, for the casual cyclist that doesn’t own a cycle or e-scooter, usually walang dalang mga helmet ang newbs. I don’t think it’s gonna work to be honest.

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