The Philippines’ homegrown delivery service app toktok now offers its delivery service nationwide.
Since its launch in December 2020, toktok has attracted 200,000 app users, 40,000 active riders in Metro Manila and Luzon, and is now ready to conquer the Visayas and Mindanao.
The delivery services was a passion project of young business magnates Jonathan So andCarl Macadangdang.
The two young businessmen saw how delivery services had become essential for businesses and individuals since quarantines were imposed in several parts of the country at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Since then so many Filipinos have come to rely on delivery services.
So the two magnates decided to put up toktok — a delivery service proudly made by Filipinos for Filipinos.
Along with the company’s goal of providing service, toktok is also offering Filipinos an opportunity to earn as an online franchisee or as a rider. Toktok now accepts applications for online franchisees, operators, and riders in the Visayas and Mindanao.
With toktok, dedicated and hardworking riders get up to P1,500 daily sales depending on the number of successful deliveries and bookings they receive in a day.
Online franchisees can earn in the comfort of their own home using only their laptops and internet connectivity.
The business has one of the cheapest delivery service rates with P60 as base fare and an additional P5 for every succeeding kilometer.
To know more about toktok and how to become an online franchisee, operator or rider, visit its official website — www.toktok.ph — or send a message through their social media accounts — Toktok on Facebook and @toktokph on Instagram.
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