Friday, January 17, 2014

Easy Taxi Rewards Drivers With Full Fuel Tanks

With a renewed commitment to changing taxi culture in Nigeria and putting smiles on Nigerians faces, Easy Taxi, Nigeria’s leading taxi hailing application is at it again.

To kick off the New Year the company gave back by coming to Baby Kehinde Adebuyi, a baby diagnosed with a hole in her heart’s aid.

In a similar measure they have rewarded drivers connected to their network based on their selection criteria with full fuel tanks.


This is one of the measures the venture is taking to ensure the drivers on their network are motivated to providing excellent taxi experience for their customers.


According to Easy Taxi MD Bankole Cardoso, “this is just the tip of the ice-berg. At Easy Taxi, we are not just about the business; the happiness and satisfaction of our immediate community is our driving force and we have many other customer focused exercises planned for the year”.


Easy Taxi is a taxi hailing service that operates with the use of a mobile app to connect independent drivers registered to the Easy Taxi network with passengers in a smooth, easy and safe way. Easy Taxi is available for download on androids and smartphones from the App store, the Google Play Store, Samsung App Store, Blackberry World and Windows Phone App.





7 comments:

  1. This is so intresting

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  2. Really nothing comes free in naija . Abel taxi driver dey watch your back. Abi na towards 2015

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  3. God bless bankole Cardoso, the real man

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  4. Hmmmm this is modelled after Uber I guess .. Nice .. As a very successful entrepreneur my self I get happy when I see laudable stuff like this .. Almost started a version of uber in Nigeria but stalled when Pre Start SWOT drew a lot of questions esp if the security situation would allow everday drivers sign up for the service and the possibilty of criminals signing up as passengers just to snatch or kidnap car owners .. But I must say I am proud of the cats that put this together .. God bless Nigeria

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  5. Part of humanitarian work, keep it up

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  6. Good for them
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