Amazon, along with the Uber company, has decided to install plastic screens in about 40 thousand Uber autos for the safety of drivers. Apart from this, Uber has given riders the option to pay from Amazon. Under this, now riders can get up to 50 percent cashback on the payment of the ride from Amazon Pay.
In order to increase the safety of riders and drivers from Amazon Pay and Uber in 7 major cities of the country soon, plastic screens will be installed in about 40 thousand Uber autos. The two companies have announced this agreement together. Earlier, in view of the Corona epidemic, both companies supported cashless payments. He had said that he would soon talk on this issue and also give his cooperation in it.
These seven major cities include Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Chennai, Pune and Jaipur. At the same time, under this partnership, if riders pay with Amazon Pay, then up to 50 percent cashback can be given on every ride. The company has said that the use of Uber Auto will be more than this and the company will grow even faster.
Riders will get tremendous benefit
Apart from this, offers will be given to riders from time to time like the company, under which they will also be able to save their fair. The company is working fast towards this. Prabjit Singh, president of Uber India, said, “We are going to take effective steps under this partnership.
This will also benefit the company’s drivers and riders will be able to pay easily.” He said that from time to time, best offers will be given by the company, under which the riders will get more benefit. “Whereas, he has expressed confidence that this agreement will benefit both companies.”
Amazon becomes part of self-reliant India campaign
Amazon has also become a part of the Central Government’s Self-Reliant India Campaign. The company says that it is going to put a manufacturing unit in Chennai at the end of the year.
The company will manufacture its other devices including the Fire TV Stick in this unit. Apart from this, Amazon has set a target of creating 1 million jobs by 2025 with an investment of 1 billion dollars for digitization of 10 million small and medium-sized businesses in India.
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