The revised structure will see him pay just Rs 155 for the same distance, said the company in a press release.
"We are hoping this price drop creates more accessibility to people in the city. Higher demand also means more trips for our partner drivers, and increased earnings for them." said Bhavik Rathod, General Manager - South & West (India) in a release.
While pricing is a science, every city is different: different economic circumstances; different regulations; different competition.
"We've learned over the years that we do best when we test new things. With each new test-small or large-we learn more about the choices riders make, and how those choices impact earnings for drivers," he added,
"Our goal for 2016 is simple: better, smarter way of getting from A to B that saves riders money and increases earnings for drivers," said Rathod.
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