Bharti Airtel announced its partnership with Uber, allowing its riders to pay using Airtel’s mobile wallet service Airtel Money.
According to a statement from Airtel, people in Mumbaikar will be the first in India to enjoy free high-speed internet from Uber, powered by Airtel 4G. The service will soon be rolled out for Uber riders pan-India.
“Our partnership with Uber is directly in line with our commitment to offer innovative and relevant services for our customers. Now, Uber riders can enjoy the convenience of paying through their Airtel Money wallets,” said Srini Gopalan, director – consumer business, Bharti Airtel.
“This unique partnership is built on our shared visions and strengths of broad, reliable networks and connecting people to their world, anytime, anywhere,” said Amit Jain, president, Uber India.