Uber awards 5 Filipino drivers on occasion of reaching 5 billion rides worldwide

Jul 12, 2017 | Same topic: Up-to-date consumer reports
Uber announced that it has crossed 5 billion worldwide rides.
Did you know that the very popular ride booking service Uber has crossed more than 5-billion trips worldwide and rewarded 5 Filipino drivers who helped make history?
 
According to Uber, its impressive achievement took place in 24 countries including Philippines, Russia, Colombia, and India. In addition, these trips were pinned in some key cities such as Medellin, Mumbai, Moscow and Metro Manila. Best part is that, Uber rewarded 5 Filipino drivers contributing to the said momentous feat, namely Jeffrey Reliosa, Edward Cunanan, Reynan Maranan, Amando Mateo, Ariel Vinarao.

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Uber crossed more than 5-billion trips worldwide and rewarded 5 Filipino drivers who helped make history
 
“All of these trips wouldn’t be possible without the dedicated service of drivers. To express its gratitude to their service, Uber awarded each of the 156 drivers $500 for being part of this milestone,” the company said in a statement.
 
The longest and shortest trips were 27 kilometers in Singapore and 2.5 blocks in San Francisco, respectively.
 
“Moving forward, Uber is more focused than ever on building features for riders and drivers that will help it achieve its next five billion trips,” the statement read.

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This Uber's impressive achievement took place in 24 countries including Philippines, Russia, Colombia, and India

Uber is committed to developing its services, offering affordable, reliable, safe and comfortable transportation, enhancing transport infrastructure and the mobility of the cities in which it operates, while also trying its best to make new and useful features for drivers and riders.  

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