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Peep Peep! Careem Launches its Services in Faisalabad, Hyderabad & Peshawar

One of the famous ride-hailing services in Pakistan, Careem has test launched its services in 3 more cities of Pakistan. The announcement came later on Monday when the cab-hailing service revealed Faisalabad, Hyderabad and Peshawar as its next destination.

In its Facebook post, Careem stated:

“It’s time to welcome Hyderabad, Peshawar, and Faisalabad in our ever expanding Careem family. With this test launch, we aim to embrace all vibrant cultures of our beloved nation”

The company further added that Careem will launch its services in more cities very soon.

Also Read: Careem is expanding its services in 5 more cities of Pakistan

Predictable Promo Code

A user can utilize promo code CareemKarao in any of the aforementioned cities for just Rs 100. However, there are certain terms and conditions applied on this very promo. They are as following:

  • The promo is valid for newly launched cities i.e. Faisalabad, Hyderabad and Peshawar
  • A user can use this promo for ALL car types
  • It is applicable for NOW booking only
  • A customer can use this promo twice
  • This code is valid for rides up to 12 kilometres

About Careem

Founded in 2012, Careem now operates in various countries. It has operation in 47 cities across Middle East, North Africa and Turkey. In Pakistan, Careem launched its services in 2015 and soon expanded its operations to the three economic centres: Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad.

Careem has captured the Pakistani market with exemplary service, superb attitude of their captains and through nominal rates. Moreover, it has given tough time to the local transport (taxi and rickshaw) industry in the country.

Quick Read: Question mark whether Careem has launched its Rickshaw Service in Karachi

The mobile-application has gained immense popularity among the youth of Pakistan, women especially, who feel a lot more comfortable than traveling in a conventional cab.

Careem is looking forward to expand its services in other parts of the country including Multan, Gujranwala and Sialkot. It would be interesting to see how its main competitor, Uber will react to this development.

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