Watch out, Uber! An exuberant Ola now has a presence in six major metropolitan cities in Australia with a "credible rideshare alternative", with more cities on track and 30,000 registered ride-share driver partners.
Australia’s newest ridesharing platform launches in Sydney with "free rides for customers and increased earnings potential for driver-partners".
After a successful soft launch in Perth, the Indian ride-sharing company Ola is offering "free rides for a week to riders and increased earnings potential for driver-partners".
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