Uber is making it easier for more people in India to book cabs on its network.
The Silicon Valley company announced today that its “Dial an Uber” feature, which lets people book a cab without downloading the app, is now available across all 29 cities in India where it operates. The company had begun testing this feature in India in August.
With this feature, a user can book a cab by visiting dial.uber.com website on their phone. They do not have to create an Uber account to book a cab, as the feature only requires them to provide their phone number for authentication. They can settle the payment in cash at the end of the trip. (However, that might be a little difficult for many right now). Read more…