Latest News – Ola has slashed fares for customers by as much as 23 per cent in Bengaluru, its largest market in India, even as drivers in the city protest against reduced earnings due to decreasing incentive payouts and low fares.
In an email to customers in the city on Friday, the company said that it had dropped fares for its Mini category from Rs 10 per kilometer previously to Rs 8, and from Rs 13 per kilometer for its Prime service to Rs 10. Prices for Ola‘s Micro service continue to be Rs 6 per kilometer.
“We have revised our fares in Bengaluru, and we’re now even more affordable than before! That means, whether it is a hatchback you need in minutes, or a comfortable sedan with Wi-Fi, when you travel within the city with (Read More)