Now Book Uber Rides without using Phone

Every now and then, Uber has something new for its customers. The largest ride-hailing service is making billions of lives more manageable by launching this safe services. However, since the time of its inception, it has remained functional via mobile phone. However, it seems like Uber wants to make its user’s experience even better than before by allowing them to book Uber rides without using the phone.

Uber has unveiled a new arcade-inspired kiosk at Toronto’s Pearson International Airport that allows passengers to book Uber ride without using a smartphone. This innovation is made with the goal of making travelling easier for the traveller who has language or tech issues.

Uber Kiosks: Book Uber Rides without using Phone

Currently, this technology is being run as a trial at the airport. It is somewhat same as the technology used in green lights hubs. However, this technology cans also reveal speed, cost and effectiveness for streamlined operations.

This Kiosk has a 32-inch LCD display featuring 10.5-inch iPad Air bottom tablet. The passenger will have to swipe the credit card, and here you go. By booking a ride on Kiosk, one can enjoy a smooth, user-friendly interface and is far more comfortable than booking a ride from a mobile.

Uber kiosk is more versatile, and it makes navigation menus and form fields easier and better than before. While telling about the newly launched Kiosks, Uber said that:

“A human customer support representative can walk potential driver partners through the entire onboarding process, and respond to questions immediately. It creates a more satisfying experience than waiting for an hour on the phone or chatting with a bot,”

Right now Uber Kiosks are available in few malls but the company plan to expand it in different regions of the world where it is operational. Let’s wait and watch.

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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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