Ola Starts Trials In Perth With Free Rides For Customers

Kolkata – India, February 14, 2018: Ola, one of the world’s largest ride-sharing platforms, is now available on a limited basis to customers in Perth. As the company begins testing its service, there is an exclusive soft launch offer where Perth-based customers will be given their first two rides free upto the value of $10 per ride.

Customers in the West Australian city can simply download the Ola app from the Android or Apple App Store, register for an Ola account and begin booking their rides.

During this soft launch phase, Ola would like to hear directly from customers and driver-partners on how it can make its customer experience and service better, and is inviting feedback by simply leaving a comment in the app after each ride.

Ola is offering affordable fares for customers and higher commissions for driver-partners to create a high-quality travel experience for Australia, and is excited to start with the Perth community. Ola will build on these values as it launches across other cities in early 2018.

Private hire vehicle owners in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth can learn more about driving and registering with Ola by visitingdrive.olacabs.com

More About Ola

Founded in 2011 by Bhavish Aggarwal and Ankit Bhati, Ola is one of the world’s largest ride-sharing companies. Ola integrates city transportation for customers and driver-partners onto a mobile technology platform ensuring convenient, transparent, and quick service fulfilment. Ola is focused on leveraging the best of technology and building innovative solutions ground-up, that are relevant at global scale. Notably, in 2016, Ola Play the world’s first connected car platform for ride-sharing was launched, transforming commuting experiences and setting the tone for global innovation in this space. Using the Ola mobile app, users across 110+ cities, can connect with over 1,000,000 driver-partners across cabs, auto-rickshaws, and taxis. Driven by a hyperlocal approach, Ola is committed to its mission of building mobility for a billion people

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