Hassan: Jugnoo, India’s largest auto-aggregator recently launched Jugnoo autos and Taxis in Hassan providing an affordable and accessible mode of commuting to the people of the city. Commuters in the city now have access to Jugnoo’s reliable and quick services through a click on the Jugnoo app which provides autos and taxis.
With a fleet of over 50,000 Autos & Taxis on-road, across 50+ cities Jugnoo aims to expand its services in various cities across the country. Their services are now available in Hassan at affordable rates. The users can avail flat 50% cashback on 5 auto rides and 50% off on their first 2 rides. The brand has onboard, licensed drivers who have been screened and accredited by the authorities. Also, every driver-partner will be required to submit valid government documents before accessing the app.
Samar Singla, CEO & Founder of Jugnoo said, “Jugnoo has always been committed to providing a gamut of services to its customers. We constantly work towards developing convenient business models, for people; be it commuting or any other hyperlocal needs. With the launch of Autos and Taxis in Hassan, we aim to provide affordable travel options for our ever-growing customer base. Jugnoo has big plans to strengthen its position in the country and is in a bid to get more democratic”.
Currently, Jugnoo is operational in more than 50 cities across India with a focus on tier II and tier III cities where the distances are shorter and people rely more on public transport. After successfully implementing its business model in other Indian cities, Hassan seemed to be the next obvious choice for Jugnoo. Jugnoo works with the aim to provide affordable services and make sure that drivers don’t work at low cost, bearing losses.
Jugnoo has established itself as an auto-rickshaw aggregator and is a one-stop destination for all hyperlocal needs of people providing a range of services to its customers at affordable costs. Also, the launch of its services aligns perfectly with the future plans of the company as it has planned to expand across major cities in the country.