Drive Wire for September 28, 2016: Uber Offering Unlimited Rides in New York City
A flat fee grants users a subscription to the new “Uber Plus” program—but there's a catch.
Today on Drive Wire, The Drive discusses the news that Uber will begin offering unlimited rides for a flat time-based fee to users in New York City. The program, which starts this October, is part of the company's "Uber Plus" pilot, which is testing out subscription-based ridership models in various cities across America. How much will a monthly pass cost Uber users, and where in NYC will it be valid? Check out the video to find out.
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