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Chinese owned DIDI to Launch Rideshare Service in midst of “Corona Virus Meltdown”

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Chinese owned DIDI to Launch Rideshare Service in Sydney in midst of “Corona Virus Meltdown”

* PLEASE REMEMBER THAT YOU READ THIS FIRST IN THE SYDNEY TIMES -THE HOME OF CITIZEN JOURNALISM!

This info/Mailout has been sent to all Driver Partners OF DIDI including our City Reporter who is doing a RIDESHARE Gig on the side -LOL!!

 

 

Rides start at MIDNIGHT. 

Get ready to start earning with your locked in 5% Services fee & Platinum level benefits on DiDi Advance until 11:59PM 12 April 2020.

Get ready to roll in 3 steps: 

1. Sticker Up

Local regulations require you to display your removable DiDi vehicle sticker on the driver’s side of your rear windscreen. If the DiDi sticker is not visible while you’re driving, you could be issued with a fine by local authorities. To request DiDi stickers visit http://d.didiglobal.com/orderform.

2. Ride Vouchers 

Keep $20 DiDi ride vouchers in your car to share with rideshare passengers. These come customised with your unique referral code. You’ll be rewarded every time a new user signs up and rides with your code. To request more vouchers visit http://d.didiglobal.com/orderform.

3. Get Online

From MIDNIGHT 16 March 2020, tap “ONLINE” to start receiving DiDi trip requests.

What is DiDi Advance?

DiDi Advance is a Driver-Partner program that rewards your commitment through lower Services Fees and bonus perks. Watch the video below to learn more.

 

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