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Tootle revises commission rates for riders, find details

Nepal’s pioneering ride-sharing platform Tootle has announced a remarkable update to its commission structure for riders. Effective from Baisakh 02, 2081, the new commission rates have been fixed at 12% for cabs and 15% for bikes as Tootle says that the restructure aims at fostering sustainable growth and enhancing the platform’s services.

The revised commission rates in Tootle seek to forge a balance between fair compensation for riders and maintaining affordability for commuters. The different commission rates for cabs and bikes will help the company optimize earnings for its diverse network of riders while at the same time offering competitive pricing for passengers. The ride-sharing/hailing platform says that this new commission rate is part of its commitment to innovation and improvement for cost-efficient and sustainable service.  

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The revised commission rates are for a sustainable ecosystem

“We are constantly striving to enhance the Tootle experience for both riders and users,” said Rubik Joshi, Managing Director of Zapp Services Pvt. Ltd. “The introduction of the new commission structure reflects our dedication to creating a sustainable ecosystem that benefits all stakeholders. We believe that these changes will further strengthen our platform and contribute to the growth of Nepal’s transportation industry.”

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Tootle revises commission rates to ensure an enhanced experience for all

Tootle says that its new commission rates for taxis and motorbikes reaffirm its commitment to empowering riders while delivering convenient and affordable transportation solutions to users across Nepal.

It adds that the company remains dedicated to fostering innovation and driving positive change in the country’s mobility landscape.

Tootle, being a pioneer of ride-sharing service in Nepal was recently launched with a rebranding. Its service is available on both Android and iOS platforms.

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