July 20, 2017

Cab hailing app Careem raises fares in Egypt after fuel price hike

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UAE-based cab hailing company Careem raised their fares on Monday in Egypt to cope with the recent hike in fuel prices, according to a statement by the company emailed to Ahram Online.

Head of Careem Egypt Operations and Vice President of Careem Care Ramy Kato said in the statement that “Careem works carefully to avoid putting additional burdens on its drivers while maintaining quality standards of our customers.”

The statement said that the updated fare differs from one city to another.

The company currently operates in several areas including Cairo, Alexandria, Mansoura, Damanhour, Sharqiya, as well as the Red Sea’s El-Gouna and the Mediterranean’s North Coast.

For customers in Cairo, a “value ride” has a starting fare of  […]

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