Ola set to launch in 5 new cities before the end of 2019

Posted: 5 December 2019 10:58 am
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Young woman using mobile app to arrange transportation ride in city

And 6 more locations to drop in 2020.

Ola is ending 2019 off with a bang, launching 5 new cities on its rideshare app.

In the next month, we will see Ola available in Newcastle, the New South Wales Central Coast, Ballarat, Bendigo and Toowoomba.

Plans for 2020 will see another six roll out in Wollongong, Darwin, Hobart, Cairns, Mackay and Townsville.

In true Ola style, if there's a launch there's an introductory offer that comes hand in hand.

It's good news for new customers who sign up to Ola; you'll enjoy 30% off rides in the newly launched destinations for your first 2 weeks. Rides will be capped at $10 maximum discount.

New drivers can also make the most of a 7.5% introductory commission if you've signed up to new locations before New Year's Eve. This offer applies to all bookings completed by 31 December 2019.

Launching in Australia in 2018 the global rideshare app is already available across the world with passengers being picked up in New Zealand, the United Kingdom and India. Within Australia, you can book Ola in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, the Gold Coast, the Sunshine Coast, Adelaide, Perth and Canberra.

As one of the world's biggest ridesharing platforms operating in 250+ cities worldwide, there's no doubt Ola has big things in store for us and this is no exception. In the meantime, we recommend checking out our exclusive Ola promo codes.

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