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Ola continues its Australian expansion

Following successful launches in Perth and Sydneyearlier this year, ride hailing platform Ola announced the launch of operations inMelbourne.

In lieu of this, Ola is offering passengers free rides from Thursday, for a limited period of time.

Following the launch of operations in AustraliaOla has been positively received and achieved 15,000 registrations across the region. Ola offers driver-partners a market low 7.5 percent introductory commission rate and daily payments, helping them earn more money and access it easily.

"We've been humbled by the response from passengers and drivers alike in Perth andSydney, and are incredibly excited about launching Ola in Melbourne. We hope commuters and driver-partners continue to share their feedback to help us improve our service, as we continue on our journey to provide Australia with the best ride share experience possible," said Chandra Nath, Vice President, Head of International, Ola.

Over the coming months, Ola is working with local stakeholders to continue its rollout inAustralia, with future launch cities including Brisbane and the Gold Coast, Canberra, Adelaide, Darwin and Hobart.

The company is also developing a number of new initiatives for its customers and driver-partners. These include updates to the Ola app and building its local support team that will help build a better ride share experience. (ANI)

 
 
           
 
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