File photo: An illuminated sign is displayed in a Lyft ride-hailing car in Los Angeles, California, USA, 21 September 2017. Photo 21 September 2017. (REUTERS/Chris Helgren)
Regular users of on-demand ride hailing service Lyft will be happy to hear that they are able to save some money in the not-too-distant future. That’s because Lyft is testing a subscription service that would remove the must pay each time you travel.
As Engadget reports, the subscription is called the All-Access Plan. For now, it seems to be an invite-only special offer e-mails will be sent from the selection of the riders. The price also varies, that is a clear sign Lyft is still trying to figure out what works best in terms of price, time, and free ride limits.
Transport reporters: Lyft just invited me to a $199, – per month all access plan… “With a Plan for Access, you pay $ 199 per month and your standard Lyft rides are free ($15). “
— Janko Roettgers (@jank0)
March 15, 2018
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