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Sendy Is Offering Free Deliveries This Weekend as It Celebrates Its One Year Anniversary

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Have you used Sendy before? If not, this might be the perfect chance for you to test their services. Sendy, for those who don’t know, is a company that offers a marketplace for last-mile package delivery and logistics services and allows customers to send packages and documents within Nairobi and its environs using a mobile application that connects them to motorcycle riders, and drivers of vans and pickup trucks who are otherwise doing other work but sign up to make such deliveries in their free time.

Sendy is turning one and to celebrate this the company is offering free deliveries to all customers (personal accounts) this weekend.  All you have to do is,

  1. Open the Sendy app
  2. Choose your pick up and drop off locations
  3. Request the delivery
  4. Push complete!

Sendy is one of the new startups that have been disrupting the industry with new ideas and ways of doing business. The company does not own the motorcycles used for deliveries and partners with riders just the way Uber partners with drivers.

If you have always wanted to test their services, here is your lucky chance to get free delivery services this weekend and decide if Sendy is something you may want to use in the future.

Sendy has been available in Nairobi and its environs and just recently expanded its services to Kisumu.

Read: Sendy Is Finally Available in Kisumu

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