Grab's new competition is here.

Get (stylized as GET!), the ride-hailing app developed by Indonesia’s popular multi-service unicorn startup Go-Jek, has launched its motorbike-hailing, food delivery and package delivery services in Bangkok. 

The app has been available for download since last Dec as beta for iOS and Android devices, with full services initially only available in three Bangkok districts—Ladprao, Chatuchak and Wang Thong Lang.

Eventually they'll expand to another 15 districts including Bangrak, Sathorn, Yan Nawa (Kluay Nam Thai-Rama 4), Khlong Toei (Rama 3-Sathu Pradit), Bang Kapi, Ratchathewi, Phayathai, Pathum Wan, Bueng Kum, Rat Burana, Bang Kho Laem, Din Daeng, Khan Na Yao, Lat Krabang and Saphan Sung. 

To book a ride (Get Win), simply set your pickup and drop-off points and the app will calculate the fare rate for you before you confirm. 

For food delivery (Get Food), you can explore categories—budget meals, best snacks, quick menu, trending food (including Taco Bell), nearby and Michelin Guide—or choose from cuisines ranging from Thai, Japanese, Korean to Vietnamese and Chinese, before picking your choice of restaurant (the list of restaurants are within 15 kilometers of your location), while package delivery (Get Delivery) lets you pick drop-off points before putting in package and recipient details.

Currently, the app only accepts cash payment, with services available 24/7. 

Last year, Go-Jek’s management announced it will invest US$500 million in expanding its services to Singapore, Vietnam, the Philippines and Thailand. As reported by Deal Street Asia, Go-Jek kickstarted its operations in Vietnam last September under the name Go-Viet, while earlier this month, it has also extended its ride-hailing services in Singapore. The Philippines is expected to be the next destination for Go-Jek, although it is currently facing obstacles after the country’s transportation authority rejected its application due to non-compliance with foreign ownership regulations.

Launched in 2010 with a fleet of 20 motorcyclists, Go-Jek now offers bike and car transportation, delivery and various other on-demand services in over 50 cities all over Indonesia.

Have you tried Get? Can it fill the void left by Uber in providing ride-hailing competition to Grab? Let us know in the comments.