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Uber Reduces Lagos Fares By 40% In Response To Taxify – See New Prices





In response to the latest price rate reduction by Taxify, Uber announced a 40% reduction in Lagos rates effective from Thursday 4th May 2017. This means you can travel for business or explore your city for less than ever before.

In a statement released, the management said, “We want to make sure that Uber is an affordable way to move around your city, so we’re dropping rates in Lagos by 40% from Thursday 4th May 2017. Therefore you can now request a high-quality ride for the same price as small chops!” Whether you’re running a quick errand, visiting friends or commuting to work, Uber has got you covered for less.

In addition to this, the management stated that decreasing the fares should get more people requesting more rides with Uber, which leads to drivers spending more time with paying riders and standing a chance to earn the same or more. We aren’t asking drivers to just take our word for it, we are providing temporary earning guarantees until it is clear that this will be the case. These earning guarantees help to ensure driver-partners, who put in the time, don’t lose out. So get riding with Uber and experience the same rides but now at a more affordable price.

Check out these sample fares:


 Sample Locations Old uberX New uberX
Magodo to Gbagada From N1,100 From N600
Yaba to Ilupeju From N1,300 From N800
Surulere to Ikeja From N2,000 From N1,200


Credit: brandspurng

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  1. youngscholar

    May 4, 2017 at 17:09

    That is why competition is good.

    Say no to Monopoly..

  2. sholly

    May 4, 2017 at 17:29

    Monopoly is not good but Drivers/Partners are not smiling at the moment because they have to work hard in order for the drivers to meet their partners agreed weekly returns. Uber also need to drop their Commission.

    We say NO to Uber’s 25% Commission.

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