Uber launches MVNOWritten by Allan T. Rasmussen
There are four different prices available (one package) to the drivers.
The price and discount level depends on the which level the driver has in the Uber Pro program. Discount/Prices range from 30% discount at R$35/month to 60% discount at R$20/month.
The Uber Chip package includes:
• 9GB/Month of 4G data,
• Unlimited Uber Driver, WhatsApp and Waze app.
• Unlimited Voice (Fixed & mobile) using code 41 (TIM Brazil)
• 100 SMS/Month.
Purchase can be done in the “Uber Pro” section of the Uber Driver app, where all the plan management takes place. There is an option to pay by credit card, debit card, prepaid card and bank slip.
All plans are minimum 3 months (total amount can be divided into monthly instalments). The service will be automatically renewed with level discount via Uber Pro.
For now, the service will be available only to company drivers/partners in the city of São Paulo. The expectation is that the product will reach the whole country in 2021
The MVNO is enabled by the MVNA / MVNE Surf Telecom.
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