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This little taxi adventure was developed with your safety in mind, as our technology allows us to concentrate on the safety of drivers and passengers throughout the journey. The Little Cab App uses a point-to-point transport system that makes it the fastest way to book a taxi and simplify your daily operations.
This is the fastest way to get a cab in the area. As many as six members of your household can use this application if sharing is activated.
Safaricom's Little Cab starts in the Ugandan supermarket.
The Safaricom supported travel sign business Little Cab was formally started in Kampala on Thursday. It' one of the newest taxi tailing applications on the Ugandan marked. Riders have registered for the show in the last two month, most of them from Taxify and Uber. A lot of Ugandan riders work with multiple applications - sometimes with all available applications on the market:
Taxiify, Uber and Mondo. Small Cab is joining at a point where both Taxiify and Uber, who have been dominating the Kampala brand, have been diversifying their product range to include UberBODA and TaxiifyBODA. A number of chauffeurs have informed this website that they had several cancellation in their applications because the guys were calling to say they wanted a body and not a vehicle.
However, when we turned to the Kampala offices, they said they had "internal procedures that were not completed" and sent us to Nairobi. Endeavours to get through to the Nairobi Bureau were unsuccessful. Budhabatti Kamal, the brains behind Little Cab and Craft Silicon CEO, said he expects to win at least 3000 riders in Kampala in the first three moths of campaign.
The Little Cab tariffs are much higher than those of the competition, with a minimal tariff of Shs4500 (Taxify: SS4000 and Ueber: SS3000). The basic price is US$1100 and the driver pays US$750 per kilometre driven and US$150 per minutes. Whilst instalments are falling continuously to draw more passengers, instalment reductions have heightened driver discontent.
It is expected that it will be cheaper for both driver and passenger by providing reduced fuelling and vehicle servicing to the driver and earning lower than competitor fees. Little, which has also been expanding into the Nigerian markets, has an aggressive schedule to be in over 30 nations over the next five years.