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Taxify Comfort launches in Bucharest to compete with Uber Select

Taxify is launching a new service in Bucharest for all its users, Taxify Comfort, which will include cars of a superior class compared to its regular service, such as Audi A6, BMW 5 Series or Mercedes E-Klasse, according to start-up.ro.

2018-05-18 13:41:06

The new service can be accessed from the app's main screen, and the costs will be RON 1.65/km and RON 0.28/minute, with a minimum trip cost of RON 12. Drivers can also make more money with Taxify Comfort, which will offer daily bonuses, according to Business Review.

"We want to ensure that users who want a premium experience can obtain it through Taxify. At the same time, we want to keep costs accessible. The new category also offers increased incomes for drivers of superior cars. We always want to be the first option for both partner drivers and passengers," said Mihai Florea, Country Manager Taxify Romania.



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