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Price of a Uber in Nigeria: how much will my race cost ?
The UBER concept is simple in Nigeria: you order from your smartphone a kind of taxi, and it is the nearest free car that will be sent to you.
The idea is to reduce wait times by focusing on proximity with the customer who places orders in Nigeria.
In addition to this innovation, Uber is also relying on a "First Class" service to distinguish itself from traditional taxis in Nigeria
Here are the basic prices of an Uber ride:
The cost of your trip is broken down as follows:
How is the price calculated?
The flat rate offered during your reservation request on uber in Nigeria remains calculated according to the time and the distance, integrating the dynamic pricing in force at the time of your reservation.
It takes into account historical data from races and similar traffic conditions in Nigeria.
Your Uber fare is calculated on 4 criteria in Nigeria:
- Base fare
- Cost per minute
- Cost per mile
- Booking Fee (Formerly known as the ‘Safe Rides Fee’)
How much does a Uber car Typically cost in Nigeria ?
|Country||Service||Initial Fare||Fare per Mile||Service Cost|
|Uber Nigeria||UberX||200.00 NGN||55.00 NGN||55.00 NGN|
* - This is an estimated fare for Uber service in Nigeria.
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Difficult to estimate the price of a Uber race: as for taxis, the price is only known at the end of the race.
To help you choose, Taxi-Allo offers you this tool that allows to estimate the price of Uber in Nigeria before departure. Good choice, and good road!
The price is calculated according to the Uber scale in Nigeria, according to the distance and the estimated time for the journey in normal traffic conditions.
The Uber multiplier in Nigeria chosen from the drop-down menu is applied to the base price, just as Uber does when the demand is high in Nigeria.