Careem Introduces Test Services in Three More Cities of Pakistan

Famous ride hailing service Careem has extended its services to three new cities of Pakistan. They have begun to test launch their services in Hyderabad, Faisalabad and Peshawar. However it plans to grow its services in main cities of Pakistan including Karachi, Islamabad and Lahore. Careem Introduces Test Services in Three More Cities of Pakistan.

It can be easily seen that Careem is trying to get hold in many cities of country to compete their competitors Uber. However Uber is also successful in incorporating their services by expanding in many cities.

Careem Introduces Test Services in Three More Cities of Pakistan

Careem has planned to launch two types of cars in respective cities i.e; economy in Hyderabad and Peshawar and business in Faisalabad. This will surely meet the ever growing demands for safe services in these large cities of Pakistan. Previously Careem also introduced it’s rickshaw hailing service.

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Careem said in a statement:

It’s time to welcome Hyderabad, Peshawar, and Faisalabad in our ever expanding Careem family! With this test launch, we aim to embrace all vibrant cultures of our beloved nation

People travelling through Careem in Peshawar, Hyderabad and Faisalabad will have full access to information regarding their drivers. They will also have 24×7 access to call centers with a team of 200 employees dedicated to help their users.

Careem CEO Mudassir Sheikha said:

Our main focus is to broaden and deepen our presence across the wider region, which comes on the back of Careem’s phenomenal growth in the past four years

Cream offers its promo at every launch called “Careem Karao” that gives opportunity to users to travel within cities for just Rs 100. This time they are also letting people avail this opportunity but with certain terms and conditions.

Careem was founded in 2012 and has operations in 47 cities across the Middle East, North Africa, Turkey and Pakistan. Last month, Careem announced a  funding of $500 million in the company.

Also Read: Careem Introduces Women Drivers in Pakistan

Fizza Atique

Fizza Atique is a Tech writer specializing in the intersection of tech and culture. She likes photography, VR, electronic music, coffee, and baking.
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