Estonian ride-hailing app, Taxify, has made a commendable job in spreading its user base around the world. The capital of Uganda, Kampala, becomes the latest African city to have Taxify. The company made the official announcement today, that Taxify ride-sharing services are now live in Kampala.
“Kampala is a huge and thriving marketplace for private urban transport. We’re very excited to launch here and are confident that Taxify can effectively contribute to healthy competition by improving the quality of service and providing an opportunity for drivers to make a sustainable income,” said Shivachi Muleji, the Taxify.
Taxify will effectively be going head-to-head with competitors like Uber and SafeBoda. To mark their launch in Kampala, Taxify is offering 15% discount on rides until the end of November. Kampala becomes the latest African city to join the list of cities where Taxify operates. This list includes; Mombasa, Nairobi, Johannesburg, Durban, Cape Town, and Lagos among others.
Worldwide, Taxify is available in Africa, Middle East, Central America, and Europe. Taxify will be charging UGX950 + UGX600 per Km + UGX150 per minute with a minimum base fare of UGX4,500. While Uber …read more
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