The partnership between MTN and Uber will deliver to MTNsubscribers’ free rides worth N6, 000, which is N3000 off your first two rides.
Uber got a $200 million boost from investors to help its push into emerging markets, according to the economic times.
The latest round comes from Luxembourg-based investment group LetterOne (L1), according to a joint statement.
“Our goal is simple: reliable and affordable transportation everywhere, for everyone, at the push of a button,” said Uber chief executive Travis Kalanick.
The partnership between MTN and Uber will deliver to MTN subscribers’ free rides worth N6, 000, which is N3000 off your first two rides.
The partnership will provide MTN Subscribers the opportunity to move freely around Lagos. Wherever MTN Customers may be headed to a restaurant or heading out for a meeting, Uber will move you wherever you need to go and MTN will also ensure fast & reliable access to the app, anywhere in Lagos.
MTN subscribers who download and sign up for Uber with the promo code Yelloride will receive two free rides up to the value of N3000 each.