After launching in Lahore, Limofied marked Pakistan's 70th Independence Day by launching its services in Karachi.
In a statement on Tuesday, the Australia-based ride-hailing service announced its expansion to the metropolitan capital in order to play a bigger role in Pakistan’s ride sharing boom and compete with the likes of Careem and Uber.
While Limofied offers offers similar services, a core difference that separates it from its competitors is that it doesn’t charge cancellation fees, which is said to generate a great deal of criticism.
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Similarly, it has also gotten rid of the unwanted feature of peak fares. No peak fare charges will stop you from being ripped off during rush hour traffic!
Besides, the company also offers a "Wedding car" option along with a "Rent-a-car" option.
Soon, their motorcycle taxi service - MotoTAXI will also launch in the metropolitan city.
With a Rs200 introductory discount, Limofied looks to enter Karachi with a bang!
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