Lyft rolling out subscription plan waitlist in major cities
Lyft rolling out subscription (LYFT) is moving towards extending its membership design across the country.
The organization will send welcomes to choose travelers for another shortlist for the All-Access Plans that cost $200 forthright for $15 off 30 rides, which implies any ride under $15 would be free.
Lyft clients in real urban communities will begin seeing a message to join the shortlist after opening the application.
Lyft began testing the program not long ago by offering designs over a wide value range to locate the decision that would most speak to visit Lyft clients.
Lyft rolling out subscription
The terms of the subscription models seem to vary, but appear targeted at users who spend up to $450 on ride-hailing a month. One all-access pass offered up to 30 standard Lyft rides for $199 a month, another was priced at $300, and another at $399 for 60 rides. Individual rides up to $15 were covered under the all-access pass. It wasn’t immediately clear how users would be charged for rides that exceed $15.
Lyft CEO Logan Green mentioned these subscription plans were the future of his company during a press event Wednesday to announce a partnership with auto parts producer Magna to build self-driving cars. “We are going to move the entire industry from one based on ownership to one based on subscription
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