Uber Rolls Out Its services Into Hong Kong.


Uber Rolls Out Its services Into Hong Kong.

Uber continuous to roll out it services all across Asia as its recently revs up its engine for the people of Hong Kong. After having manage to receive a sample of Uber during this years Rugby Sevens, the company has officially decided to launch its car bookkeeping service in Hong Kong.



In a recent blog post, Uber, the application that allows users to call for a ride though the use of their smartphone devices, is promising Hong Kong citizens the option of a sleek four-passenger sedan (UberSedan) or a fierce six-passenger van (UberXL) which is said shall arrive at their door “in minutes”.

During its initial testing period, car availability will be limited and primarily focused on Central and the surround neighborhoods. Users will be able to download the Uber application onto their iPhone and Android devices and register with a credit card for upmarket private vehicles.

“In this city full of transportation choices, Uber brings a reliable, comfortable, seamless option to the mix,” the blog said.

“Whether you’re rushing to get home from a long day’s work in Central, treating a special someone to a night at a gourmet private kitchen in Sai Ying Pun, or shopping in Causeway Bay, Uber is here for you.”


This venture-funded transportation company will begin its testing phase in order to test the water in Hong Kong during Hong Kong Rugby Sevens. It’s named Celebrities Amanda Strang aka “Amanda S” and Actor Carl Ng among its first customers.

Uber has been welcomed into more than 60 markets, ranging from its hometown of San Francisco to Berlin and Tokyo. Widely seen as one of the hottest properties to come out from Silicon Valley, with valuation that excess of over $3.5 billion.

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