Uber Arrives In Islamabad, How To Get A Free Uber Ride?


ISLAMABAD: Pakistan's twin locations Islamabad and Rawalpindi will be the third and 4th places in Pakistan where Uber is currently available.
Deputy Commissioner Islamabad Capt. (R) Mushtaq Ahmad and Secretary Islamabad Transport Authority Mr Syed Jawad Muzaffar fulfilled Uber's management and reviewed the start of the service and Uber's dedication to providing safe, affordable, and reliable transportation for the residents of both cities.

Islamabad and Rawalpindi have finally become the hottest cities to become listed on Uber's growing global network and the 3rd fourth locations in Pakistan where Uber is currently available. The announcement comes following application demonstrating to be greatly popular in more than 520 metropolitan areas around the world. Islamabad government officers and Uber's management fulfilled today to go over safe, affordable, and reliable transfer for the residents.

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Uber has already been available in Pakistan's two most famous locations; Karachi and Lahore. Uber's ground breaking technology links riders with motorists at the touch of a button. Whether you're moving out with friends, touring on business, or checking out bustling cafes and lush inexperienced surroundings, Uber has an affordable, safe and reliable way to get over the new locations, Islamabad and Rawalpindi.

Islamabad can be an exciting, quickly growing market so that it is a perfect fit for Uber.

Affordable and world-class transport
General Manager Uber Pakistan Mr. Safee Shah said, "We live proud to establish in Islamabad at this enjoyable point in its growing overall economy. As the facilities of Islamabad has quickly urbanized, the demand for safe, reliable and affordable transportation is continuing to grow." He added, "We've set the typical for connecting visitors to world-class transportation at the touch of a button, moving a huge number of men and women every day. Our service matches existing transport system and we anticipate continuing to utilize government representatives and other local entities on providing travel that could lead to less congestion and better cities".

Uber's Head of Uber Midsection East and Africa Mr. Anthony Le Roux said, "Uber is part of any broader global advancement in travel, and Islamabad symbolizes a vibrant, flourishing city with an evergrowing population prepared to welcome and support our technology. Jointly, and with the prevailing transportation system in Islamabad, we will condition the continuing future of urban freedom to profit riders, driver-partners and the surroundings."


He further added: "Pakistan is one of the main markets in your community for all of us at Uber and we assume that there may be huge prospect of expansion in Pakistan. The reviews we've received from our riders in Karachi and Lahore has been remarkable and our local team is all ready to extend our reach to more folks in the united states, and we are thankful to the Islamabad Administration for closely dealing with us."

Commenting on the occasion, Deputy Commissioner Islamabad Capt. (R) Mushtaq Ahmad said, "We are incredibly enthusiastic to have Uber in Islamabad, as well as for residents of the location to get access to the technology. We were delighted to talk with Uber's management also to discuss the impact the technology is wearing both riders and individuals, from convenient move to economical opportunities."

Secretary Islamabad Transportation Specialist Mr. Syed Jawad Muzaffar indicated his views expressing, "Uber is a superb service for the folks of Islamabad and we anticipate working with Uber's team on the modalities of these service in Islamabad."

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