Easy Taxi Share’s The Love This Valentine’s Day
This Valentine’s day, Easy Taxi will be sharing the love by spending time with patients at Kenyatta National Hospital and Nairobi Women’s Hospital.
The Easy Taxi Family, Easy Taxi passengers, members of the press and other volunteers will spend time with the patients and distribute over 2000 roses to them thanks to Subati Flowers and Sian Roses.
Nilofer Elias, the Director of Public Relations at Easy Taxi said “We realized how lucky and blessed we are to be surrounded by love and we thought to share the same love and care with those in hospital.”
Since its launch in Nairobi last year in April, Easy Taxi has been involved in various CSR activities and they are not only committed to providing great service to their customers but also are interested in giving back to the community.
How does Easy Taxi work?
Available for both Android and iOS, this service is a sure and reliable way of transportation in Nairobi. It’s easy and safe; all you have to do is download the app – it will identify your location through GPS and once the current location has been detected, just tab ‘request taxi’. The app will then scan around for a taxi nearby you and assign the closest one to your location, thereby ensuring that minimal time is taken to arrive at their required destination. The customer pays the driver once they arrive at their desired location.
About Easy Taxi
Easy Taxi was launched in Brazil in 2011. It is now one of the largest taxi booking apps in the world, connecting drivers and passengers in a fast, safe and covenient. Easy Taxi operates in Latin America, Africa, the Middle East and Asia. It has a global network of over 400,000 drivers and 17 million passengers.