India’s Ola expands its no-surge pricing carpooling service Ola Share Pass to new cities

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India’s Uber rival, Ola, is making it affordable for even more people in the country to use its cabs. 

The country’s largest ride-hailing service today said it’s expanding Ola Share Pass to four new cities — Delhi-NCR, Kolkata, Mumbai, and Pune. With today’s announcement, Ola Share Pass is now available in seven of the 15 cities where car pooling Ola Share program is available. Ola’s rival Uber currently doesn’t have any similar offering. 

Ola Share Pass, first unveiled in October, is a deviation from other cab services on the platform. Through Ola Share Pass, the cab aggregator is letting people pay for as many as 40 rides at once. What’s in it for commuters? No surge pricing on any of those rides.  Read more…

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