Grab Holdings Inc.’s ride-hailing service was having technical difficulties in markets including Singapore, Malaysia and the Philippines on Tuesday with some customers reporting problems with using the app.

“We are currently experiencing a service disruption,” Grab said in a statement in response to questions from Bloomberg News. “Our teams are working hard to fix this and we will provide updates as they become available. We apologize for the inconvenience.”

Grab operates ride-hailing, delivery, and digital financial services in more than 400 cities in eight countries in Southeast Asia.

I'm not impress that I'm destined to be late today due to bad logistics and this seriously wrecked app. Is it just me or this is true for all. #Grab pic.twitter.com/KVthtErUkT

— Wol (@selenophile07) November 16, 2021

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The Singapore-based company is preparing to merge with Altimeter Growth Gorp., the special purpose acquisition company of Brad Gerstner’s Altimeter Capital Management. Grab has postponed the US$40 billion deal -- announced in April and one of the largest-ever mergers with a SPAC -- to the fourth quarter as it works on an audit of the past three years’ accounts. The company reiterated last week it expects the deal to complete this quarter.

#Grab is down. Its your opportunity to give #airasia superapp a try, Trust me.#GrabIsDown #AirAsiaSuperApp@GrabMY @airasia pic.twitter.com/BXGbsJrfip

— Irshu (@irshux) November 16, 2021