Zipster is preparing to launch their car subscription service for ride-hailing and is currently offering 20% for users.
The Zipster app will probably have three to five plans with varying amounts of savings for trips on both public transport and private-hire cars, and even shared electric cars, said its developer, mobilityX, yesterday.
The start-up is backed by transport operator SMRT and Toyota Tsusho, the general trading arm of carmaker Toyota.
Billed as a first of its kind in Asia, Zipster brings on one platform all public transport operators in Singapore, as well as major companies such as Grab, Gojek and BlueSG, an electric car-sharing operator.
Other partners include bike-sharing firm Anywheel and bus-pooling service provider ShareTransport.
Senior Minister of State for Trade and Industry and Education Chee Hong Tat, who officially launched the app yesterday, said that besides savings, it would give commuters greater convenience.
Colin Lim, mobilityX's Chief Executive, later explained that the platform will let commuters compare multiple travelling options and book private transport services on one platform.
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