Toktok delivery service introduces super affordable delivery fees

Delivery services have been in high demand since the onset of the pandemic. It has since become an integral part of daily life, with most businesses offering online deliveries. From groceries to gadgets, Filipinos are choosing to have them brought directly to their doorsteps.

Download and book now with the country’s cheapest delivery service, toktok! Ipa-toktok mo na yan!

The sudden surge in demand for logistics-type services opens the market for new players in the industry – particularly for homegrown entrepreneurs. In comes toktok, a locally owned and operated online franchise delivery service company.

Toktok is your dependable service partner. Book your business deliveries with toktok.

Since their soft launch in December, 2020, the app has been hailed as the ‘most affordable delivery service’. With a P60 base rate for the first kilometer and an additional P5 for succeeding ones, toktok’s pricing is competitive – the delivery app of choice in terms of affordability.

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In terms of marketing, toktok chose strategically with Alden Richards and Maine Mendoza as brand ambassadors. The two are certainly influential and can reach wide mass audiences. According to insiders, “toktok believes that Alden and Maine’s pairing will bring a more relaxed and comfortable impression to customers.”

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Toktok currently operates with thousands of delivery riders in the National Capital Region, in selected areas of Luzon.

For more information, visit or toktok’s official Facebook and Instagram page.

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