(Last Updated On: 07/04/2017)
As the strong competition has stuck the Pakistan commuters travelling car service, the prestigious Uber is in no mood to lose the race over here. Following it, they have removed around 20% from the total fare for the UberGo Riders in Lahore and Karachi.
“We are committed to driver-partners and that Uber remains an attractive option for them – without them, we can’t help keep our Pakistani cities moving. We believe these price changes will help increase demand – meaning more paying passengers in drivers-partners vehicles and less dead kilometers between paying trips,” General Manager for Uber in Pakistan, Safee Shah, said.
“And while each city adjusts to the new prices, we are putting in place payment guarantees for driver-partners. Partner economics will be closely monitored, every day, to ensure that drivers using our app continue to thrive,” he added.
What is Uber?
Uber is a smartphone app that quickly connects people with the drivers in the area. The plus point this app gives you is that it provides you the taxi service from cheaper to highly luxurious automotive at your doorstep. Uber was founded in 2009 by Garret Camp and Travis Kalanick.
You can download this app from iTunes and Google play store as it is available as an iPhone app and Android app