Uber drops fares by 75% for Monday, January 6th
Tomorrow is going to be a tough day for getting around in Bangalore and we at Uber are making sure to do our part to keep the city moving.
Uber and its driver partners are working together to try and make sure ALL Bangaloreans can get around the city. So, on Monday, January 6th, from 00:00 hours until midnight, ALL UBER TRIPS WILL BE AT 75% LESS THAN REGULAR FARES. This one day 75% cut in fares is for all riders, Uber Newbies and Loyal Uberettos alike.
We know how tough it’s going to be out there and as we socialized the idea to our driver partners they were enthusiastically supportive of anything we could do to make sure that Bangaloreans can get around the city on Monday!
So a reminder of the details:
WHEN: On Monday January 6th, from 00:00 hours to midnight.
DETAILS: All of our flat rates will remain in effect
BE UBER: Enjoy it, share it, and make sure if you see someone stranded you tell them about it. We’re excited to help support the people of Bangalore and we expect you to do the same with your fellow, stranded, Uber citizens! Please be courteous to your fellow Uber riders by not holding on to the cars for too long.
With the lower prices, the availability of the cars will be stretched. We request your patience and cooperation in this regard.
That’s it then! Follow @Uber_BLR for updates on everything Uber
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