A new rideshare provider is offering 0% commission in Perth, Australia. Is it true?
Not if you don't get any jobs.Ummm, we pay all of them to drive on their system.... well at least I do! What I was meaning is this flat rate fee is ultimately lower than the % fee paid in to Uber/Ola and probably to Sam here ? ?
I think you missed the point. To even make any money, the first thing you need is revenue (cash-inflow). You also need riders to wanna use your app. Riders have to spend money on your app or service.How do you expect them to make money with no commission?
See this idiot in Perth lol what a foolA lot of new companies in all manner of business try to offer services and or goods free or heavily discounted to break through into the market. If they didn't do that then they'll have no market shares.
This can go on for a year or even a few years until they have broken through to the market and start to generate some kind of profit. Uber the only Rideshare company in Australia that generating a profit and it partially the reason why every single major rideshare company is in Oz except for lyft which is struggling to compete/survive in America.
It unlikely Ola or even Didi to make a profit in Oz even in 2020 as they still haven't broken through the market place. It makes it harder for them as well since they are further behind the established player Uber by over a half a decade. Now got three rideshare apps going it going to be a real busy navigating through it all.