Uber has announced the expansion of its 'dial an Uber' feature to all 29 cities in India, making low-cost UberGO rides accessible to everyone, even if they don't have the Uber App on their phone.
"Dial an Uber is a convenient choice for customers looking to book a ride and is a testament to our focus on using our technological edge to make mobility reliable and accessible for everyone," said Uber India's Head of Engineering, Apurva Dalal, in a statement.
To avail "dial an Uber"- navigate to dial.uber.com from your mobile browser, login or sign-up using your phone number, get a fare estimate, and request for your Uber.
Once requested, you can get communicate with the driver over the phone, and co-ordinate the pickup location.
Once you reach your destination, you can pay driver in cash.
Rides can be requested from any internet browsers. The company ensures that the website will work effortlessly in areas with low or poor network connectivity.