It's like Netflix, but without the original bad content. No batch, no movies.
Uber has encountered more problems over the past year. Competition is increasingly rough; while regulating their business in every country has become a bureaucratic and tax torture.
However, the company did not stop looking for new ways to keep its platform fresh, diversify with new services. From delivering food home to electric scooters.
Now Uber has taken things to the next level with the start of the test phase of the new modality on his platform. If users would pay a monthly subscription to access all the services offered by their conglomerate with multiple benefits.
According to the report TechCrunch, Uber is currently testing this new subscription service only in San Francisco and Chicago.
It offers its customers discounts on car trips, free trips on their bicycles and scooters; as well as unlimited free shipping for all your Uber Eats websites. All for USD 24.99 per month.
Apparently, traveling by car was not completely free. There is still an attractive offer.
This would be the development of the Ride Pass program, which began in October. Only now they are expanding to a lot more services.
However, there seem to be no signs that they will expand to other markets.