A day after Uber lost its commercial licence in London, its Indian rival Ola has started registering drivers as it prepares to launch in the UK capital. Back in July, London’s transport agency granted Ola permission to launch its service in London for 15 months and has to renew in October 2020.
Backed by Softbank!
Backed by Softbank, Ola will join its competitors, including Uber, Bolt, Kapten, and ViaVan in London. The ride-hailing service is already operating in several smaller cities, including Liverpool, Birmingham, Cardiff, Reading, Bath, Bristol, Exeter, before heading to the capital.