Uber Eats is now rolling out to more locations in the Klang Valley. The food delivery service was first launched for downtown KL, Bangsar and Damansara Heights, and now it is available at Petaling Jaya, Bandar Utama, TTDI and Bandar Sunway.
As part of Celcom’s partnership with Uber, Xpax customers can redeem RM10 off for rides from/to KLIA/KLIA 2. This offer is applicable for both new and existing Xpax subscribers.
Celcom has just announced its partnership with ride-sharing service, Uber, which will enable them to provide its customers with free Uber rides. Applicable to both postpaid and prepaid, customers can soon redeem free and discounted rides as part of Celcom’s loyalty program.
In a bid to increase efficiency, Uber is introducing wait-time charges in Singapore. Since time is money, Uber will be charging riders that make their drivers wait unnecessarily. If everyone shows up on time, this could reduce drivers’ idle time which could translate to more rides each day.
Have you ever found yourself in a town you’re not very familiar with, have time to kill, and want to go sightseeing? Well if you’re in Ipoh when those desires align, Uber is here to give you a hand with their brand new feature in Malaysia: UberTRIP.
Uber, the company that’s known for offering rides on demand has introduced UberEATS. This is their food delivery service and it has gone live starting today in Kuala Lumpur.
UPDATE: UberEATS has gone live in Kuala Lumpur.
First, they provided rides on demand. Next, Uber is going to deliver food straight to your doorstep right here in Malaysia. Get ready folks, it looks like UberEATS is launching very soon in the Klang Valley.
After teasing it earlier, Uber Malaysia has finally launched their new uberTAXI feature, which is pretty self-explanatory, and a second new feature called uberFLASH.
Ride-sharing services such as Uber and Grab often operate in the grey area of the law. Some countries have outright banned the service citing violation of transportation laws while others have started regulating with special licences.
Despite protests by taxi drivers, the Malaysian government appears to be supportive of ride-sharing to an extent that our recent Budget 2017 encourages people to use their BR1M money to purchase new vehicles for the service. Now both Uber and Grab are finally legal with the latest amendments passed in Parliament.
Uber and Gabungan Persatuan dan Syarikat-Syarikat Teksi Semenanjung Malaysia has signed an MOU to introduce taxi vehicles on the Uber platform in Malaysia. This would allow the best taxi drivers under the association to get passengers through the Uber network.