New Delhi: After Ola, cab aggregator app Uber has now introduced a series masking underline on a height to safeguard that mobile numbers of a business sojourn undisclosed to drivers.
“We are deploying a sheltered phone series record in India. This ensures that all calls between riders and
driver-partners are connected regulating unknown phone numbers — so both sides can promulgate with any other to coordinate a pick-up but divulgence their personal phone numbers,” Uber pronounced in a statement.
It combined that a sheltered phone series record has been tested with hundreds of motorist partners in cities opposite India and will be rolled out soon.
“We caring deeply about a reserve of a riders and drivers. This new reserve record will assistance yield increasing confidence before, during and after a ride,” Uber India Safety Lead Deval Delivala said.
Last week, Ola had launched a identical underline on a platform.
Uber has recently stretched a partnership with SafetiPin, a map-based mobile reserve app, to beget reserve scores for several locations opposite 50 cities globally, including Bengaluru, Mumbai, Gurgaon and Noida in India.
Last year, a cab-booking height had drawn slam following open outrage, after one of a drivers allegedly
raped a 26-year-old executive in Delhi-NCR.