Mega Cabs Service launched in Bengaluru

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Mega Cabs; which provides 24×7 safe and secure taxi service, operating with a modern fleet of air-conditioned sedans enabled with the latest GPS/GPRS technology in 6 metropolitan cities (Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chandigarh, Amritsar and Ludhiana) announced the launch of their services in Bengaluru. The Mega Cabs Bengaluru service was inaugurated by Sri Jagdish Shettar, Hon’ble Minister for Rural Development and Panchayat Raj and was flagged off by Sri R Ashok, Hon’ble Minister for Home and Transport. Also present were top bureaucrats, senior officials of Karnataka government and invitees alongwith Mr. Kunal Lalani, Chairman, Mega Cabs and Mr. I.A. Siddiqui, MD, Mega Cabs Bengaluru.

Mega Cabs has invested Rs. 60 Crs. in the first phase of the Bengaluru project to provide a fleet of 800 luxury sedans to the city. This will also provide employment to about 3,000 skilled youth.

Mega Cabs Bengaluru, through this special endeavor brings luxury travel for commuters in one of the finest cities of India, with a fleet of Toyota Etios – the best in segment car.

Speaking on the occasion Mr. Kunal Lalani, Chairman, Mega Cabs said, “Mega Cabs is known for its finest services, precise timings and courtiers drivers. Through this venture we are going to further amplify our philosophy of ‘Customer is King’. Booking a Mega Cab extremely simple and hassle free – one could call our easy to remember hotline 4747 4747 or better still visit our website to book a cab online in less than 30 seconds.”

Mega Cabs Bengaluru tariff would be Rs. 70.00 for the first 4 Kms. (flag down charge) and Rs. 17.50 for every subsequent Km. and all cabs are enabled to accept payment by credit/debit cards.

Mr. I.A.Siddiqui, MD, Mega Cabs Bengaluru who is a Kannadiga said, “I’m pleased to announce the launch of Mega cabs in Bengaluru as this will serve the people of Karnataka in two ways – first by providing the city a truly world-class Radio Taxi system and second by generating employment opportunities for the youth”

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  • ShadyKiller says:

    If they want fair competition then why dont they remove almost 100% + taxes on fuel products and bring on par with international markets

  • Sachin says:

    I am Desperately waiting for next election to bring corrupt congress down.