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Uber, Ola to offer rides to Indian government departments with no surge pricing

Uber and its Indian rival Ola could soon introduce unprecedented changes to lure government officials in India. SEE ALSO: Taxi drivers hope to beat Uber with their own apps Both the cab-ride hailing services have promised the government to offer cabs at a fixed monthly rate, PTI reports. These cab tariffs won’t be subjected to “surge pricing” through which Ola and Uber adjust the fare depending on cab demand, time of the day and other factors.
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