As It Flouts German Ban, Uber Touts 30% Price Cut In Berlin And Munich
Days after a German court issued a nationwide injunction against on-demand ride-hailing service Uber, the company has announced cuts to fares in two key cities: Berlin and Munich. Uber’s revenue split with drivers in Germany remains at 20% for itself, and 80% for its “partners”– as it refers to the people who power its service by turning their own cars into private taxis that Uber users can hail via the app. Uber said fares in Berlin and Munich are being cut by “an average of 30 per cent” — and claimed that for some users it may now be cheaper to go by Uber than to drive themselves.
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