Less than a day after Uber announced that it will be allowing cash payments and mobile money payments in Kenya, its rival, Easy Taxi, has announced its expansion to Nakuru. Uber has been in Kenya since January this year and has been giving Easy Taxi some competition but hasn’t had a grip of the market as of yet.
By expanding to Nakuru, Easy Taxi will be the only taxi hailing app operating outside Nairobi. This might give the company some mileage. To ensure it gains enough traction in Nakuru, Easy Taxi is offering customers in Nakuru Ksh 400 off their first rides. This how you can get the Kshs 400 off:
1) Download Easy Taxi FREE
2) Request a ride with Easy Taxi
3) Tell your driver to use code: FIRST
4) Get 400KES off your first ride!