Global ride-hailing company Uber is bringing its food delivery service UberEats to Egypt. This will allow users in the country to order food and have it delivered to them all from the comfort of their own home.
With this service, restaurants and cafes send requests for the home delivery service through the application, which is similar to the Uber's ride-hailing car app interface.
Users can then browse the application just like they can with the original Uber app.
UberEats' objective is to the change the style of food delivery and raise it to a new and developed level of service, according to the company.
Back in March, Egypt's Administrative Course issued a verdict ordering the government to shut down both Uber and Careem and close their mobile applications for allegedly violating Egyptian law.
It was decided earlier this month by the court of urgent matters in Cairo, that Uber and Careem are free to resume their services in Egypt.
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