It's like Netflix but without the original bad content. No series, any movie.
The last year, Uber has already had some pre-events. The competition is increasingly dirty; While the regulation of their business in every country has become a real bureaucratic and torture torture.
But the company has not ceased to look for new ways to keep its fresh navy, with various new services. From home delivery of food to electric scooters.
Now, Uber took things to the next level with the start of the testing phase of a new modality on his platform. Where users would pay a monthly subscription to access all of the services offered by their conglomerate with multiple benefits.
According to a report from TechCrunchUber is currently testing the new subscription service in the cities of San Francisco and Chicago.
There, it offers its customers discounts on car trips, free trips on their JUMP bicycles and scooters; As well as unlimited free delivery for all your Uber ITS sites. All for $ 24.99 per month.
Of course, car trips are not going to be free in their entirety. But still, there is an attractive proposal.
It would be the evolution of its speech passport program, launched in October 2011 of the year. Only now they are expanding to a much larger amount of services.
However, there seems to be no indication that they will expand to other markets.