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Nigeria cab service industry embraces technology

30 April 2015, 20:31

Abuja - Etisalat Nigeria, the mobile operator, and Uber, the global taxi service provider, to deliver premium Uber access to all Etisalat customers on the go.

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In the partnership, Etisalat will be the main data provider for Uber's services, supporting the company's growth in Nigeria.

Etisalat Nigeria Chief Marketing Officer, Francesco Angelone, reiterated that the company was committed to the sustainable advancement of innovation and technology-oriented initiatives that bring cutting edge solutions to customers through a speedy, reliable network and exceptional customer service.

"At Etisalat Nigeria, we believe that technological advancement is imminent and we are passionate about equipping our customers with innovative products and services, a passion which we share with Uber," Angelone said.

He said Uber would ensure that its customers got the best value for money and this partnership would provide an avenue for all our customers to take advantage of the Uber app for safe and reliable transportation.

- CAJ News


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