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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by TokyoBulls: 8:00pm On Mar 08, 2016
Uber will be live in Abuja any moment from now.
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by akanniade10(m): 9:28pm On Mar 08, 2016
TokyoBulls:
I need 10 drivers who have active Uber accounts and profiles for immediate employment. They must have a rating of minimum 4.4 and be ready to start working immediately. I pay 20% of net income, 100% performance bonus and additional N20,000 to high fliers (minimum NN150,000 per week gross earnings. You can send a mail to UberLagosSpectre@gmail.com and UberLagosSpectre@yahoo.com.

You refer to these mails, yet you aren't replying them when messages come in.
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by TokyoBulls: 8:47pm On Mar 09, 2016
akanniade10:


You refer to these mails, yet you aren't replying them when messages come in.

We reply all our mils. Please resend your mail.
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by akanniade10(m): 5:48pm On Mar 13, 2016
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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by fanex: 11:47am On Mar 15, 2016
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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by MPVGoddess: 3:16pm On Mar 28, 2016
can i use a mercedes benz sedan s-class or c-class for uber in nigeria if it meets those criteria?
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by sehawale: 5:09pm On Mar 31, 2016
MPVGoddess:
can i use a mercedes benz sedan s-class or c-class for uber in nigeria if it meets those criteria?
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Sure you can. It qualifies for Uber black.
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by sehawale: 5:10pm On Mar 31, 2016
UBER driver needed for immediate employment. CALL 09093184737.
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by MPVGoddess: 8:37pm On Mar 31, 2016
sehawale:
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Sure you can. It qualifies for Uber black.

Thanks so much!

So what is the difference between an UberX and an UberBlack ride in terms of driver earnings? Say for example for a 20km ride within the town?

Is Uber Black operational in Nigeria?

And do customers really request for UberBlack here in Nigeria as opposed to UberX?

Any and all comments would be appreciated
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by Coefficient(m): 8:56pm On Apr 03, 2016
Following this thread keenly.

I need this information as I intend to join Uber.

Can the mods help us promote this thread?
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by Jeezy: 10:18am On Apr 04, 2016
Uber Driver Needed. 25% Commission. Call 08095611541
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by mrsage(m): 11:38am On Apr 04, 2016
Uber partners. How is the experience so far?

Let's have a conversation and share ideas too.
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by 143boi: 9:12pm On Apr 06, 2016
Hello all, Uber launched in Abuja a few weeks ago. I was at one of the wonderfully organised series of presentations held at salamander cafe,wuse 2 by Ebi Atawodi, the GM west Africa for Uber. It was really an interesting prospect anyone would want to be a part of but i dont think they have got it quite right. I indicated interest on being a partner and ever since i have not being able to get in touch with any of their rep in abj to assist. I tweeted at their handle. sent mails without adequate response, no phone number to reach them om, I used an uber and the driver described an office on bobo street, maitama but hard to locate, i went to their service center at total area 11 and they had no info...i was bewildered. I hope to hear from anyone in Lag maybe i can start from there.
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by akanniade10(m): 9:28pm On Apr 06, 2016
143boi:
Hello all, Uber launched in Abuja a few weeks ago. I was at one of the wonderfully organised series of presentations held at salamander cafe,wuse 2 by Ebi Atawodi, the GM west Africa for Uber. It was really an interesting prospect anyone would want to be a part of but i dont think they have got it quite right. I indicated interest on being a partner and ever since i have not being able to get in touch with any of their rep in abj to assist. I tweeted at their handle. sent mails without adequate response, no phone number to reach them om, I used an uber and the driver described an office on bobo street, maitama but hard to locate, i went to their service center at total area 11 and they had no info...i was bewildered. I hope to hear from anyone in Lag maybe i can start from there.
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by akanniade10(m): 9:31pm On Apr 06, 2016
143boi:
Hello all, Uber launched in Abuja a few weeks ago. I was at one of the wonderfully organised series of presentations held at salamander cafe,wuse 2 by Ebi Atawodi, the GM west Africa for Uber. It was really an interesting prospect anyone would want to be a part of but i dont think they have got it quite right. I indicated interest on being a partner and ever since i have not being able to get in touch with any of their rep in abj to assist. I tweeted at their handle. sent mails without adequate response, no phone number to reach them om, I used an uber and the driver described an office on bobo street, maitama but hard to locate, i went to their service center at total area 11 and they had no info...i was bewildered. I hope to hear from anyone in Lag maybe i can start from there.

Mail their Lagos address (partnersdotlagos@uberdotcom) u are surely gonna get a response and they will direct you accordingly.
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by Coefficient(m): 7:29pm On Apr 09, 2016
I have a few question on this Uber partnership.

I want to believe that Uber reviews it's policies and conditions for partnership periodically. And this includes the type and year of manufacture of preferred cars. Currently, they accept cars made in 2009 or newer models.

If I have a 2009 car in Uber service now, how long can I stay in the service with such car?

How will Uber policy review affect me as a 2009 car owner in the service?

TokyoBulls, raykas, any help, please?
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by DeeOneBangin: 7:42pm On Apr 09, 2016
Coefficient:
I have a few question on this Uber partnership.
I want to believe that Uber reviews it's policies and conditions for partnership periodically. And this includes the type and year of manufacture of preferred cars. Currently, they accept cars made in 2009 or newer models.
If I have a 2009 car in Uber service now, how long can I stay in the service with such car?
How will Uber policy review affect me as a 2009 car owner in the service?
TokyoBulls, raykas, any help, please?
Ur car review after being on Uber is based on riders rating and feedback... So regular maintenance does the trick grin

It's the reason we still have 2008 cars on Uber, The 2016 policy of 2009 cars and above doesn't disturb it.

It's also the reason after ur car clocks over the stipulated mileage still remains on the platform.


It's all about the car Maintenance and Riders Feedback.

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by Coefficient(m): 7:57pm On Apr 09, 2016
DeeOneBangin:
Ur car review after being on Uber is based on riders rating and feedback... So regular maintenance does the trick grin

It's the reason we still have 2008 cars on Uber, The 2016 policy of 2009 cars and above doesn't disturb it.

It's also the reason after ur car clocks over the stipulated mileage still remains on the platform.


It's all about the car Maintenance and Riders Feedback.

Thanks for the response; much appreciated.
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by DeeOneBangin: 7:59pm On Apr 09, 2016
Coefficient:


Thanks for the response; much appreciated.

You welcome, are you aware they now accept cars as small as Picanto, Aveo, i10, Xcent and co....
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by Coefficient(m): 8:48pm On Apr 09, 2016
DeeOneBangin:


You welcome, are you aware they now accept cars as small as Picanto, Aveo, i10, Xcent and co....

Oh! Not at all!

That's nice. I'm really keen on this Uber thing. They're yet to update this info on their website I believe.
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by DeeOneBangin: 8:58pm On Apr 09, 2016
Coefficient:


Oh! Not at all!

That's nice. I'm really keen on this Uber thing. They're yet to update this info on their website I believe.

It's on their website grin

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by Coefficient(m): 9:43pm On Apr 09, 2016
DeeOneBangin:


It's on their website grin

Nice! I'll sift through.
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by TokyoBulls: 11:23am On Apr 10, 2016
MPVGoddess:


Thanks so much!

So what is the difference between an UberX and an UberBlack ride in terms of driver earnings? Say for example for a 20km ride within the town?

Is Uber Black operational in Nigeria?

And do customers really request for UberBlack here in Nigeria as opposed to UberX?

Any and all comments would be appreciated

I am a partner on Uber Lagos with 12 cars on the road. Uber Black is operational in Lagos but not yet in Abuja. The demand for Uber Black is low compared to Uber X. My advice is that you inform Uber that you will prefer the Merc on X rather than Black. I have cars on both X and Black and the numbers are miles apart when it comes to demand. Most of the people who use Uber Black are expats, celebs, musicians, etc and some regular drivers who (in error) do not know the difference and when they end up paying more, they get upset and rate your drivers low.

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by TokyoBulls: 11:31am On Apr 10, 2016
Jeezy:
Uber Driver Needed. 25% Commission. Call 08095611541
The demand for Uber drivers has gone up significantly. Please ensure you get a good driver. The success of the business is almost entirely linked to the quality of the driver. You can call any of the agents who recruit drivers to give you a driver for N15,000. There are partners who almost always have drivers on their team and will gladly take your car into their fleet for a fixed income every week.
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by TokyoBulls: 11:34am On Apr 10, 2016
Coefficient:
I have a few question on this Uber partnership.

I want to believe that Uber reviews it's policies and conditions for partnership periodically. And this includes the type and year of manufacture of preferred cars. Currently, they accept cars made in 2009 or newer models.

If I have a 2009 car in Uber service now, how long can I stay in the service with such car?

How will Uber policy review affect me as a 2009 car owner in the service?

TokyoBulls, raykas, any help, please?


You will be on the platform for as long as your car is in good working conditions. I still have a 2007 Toyota Camry in very good condtions on Uber Lagos. They do not delist older cars when they upgrade to newer models.
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by TokyoBulls: 1:01pm On Apr 10, 2016
Coefficient:
Following this thread keenly.

I need this information as I intend to join Uber.

Can the mods help us promote this thread?

Thanks for your interest. From my perspective, there are four possible options:

1. The car owner is the same as the driver. In this case, the car owner is a partner-driver and the car must be 2009 or newer with less than 100,000 km mileage. The car must pass Uber car inspection (which takes place at Yaba or Lekki) and the partner-driver must possess Driver's License and Lagos State Drivers' Institute Card and go through Uber Drivers' Onboarding and pass the assessment.

2. The car owner hires a driver to use the car on Uber and earn an income. Same conditions for the car and driver. In this case, the partner (car owner) must have sufficient time, energy, skills, gut, etc to manage both the car and the driver to ensure optimal usage of the car and earnings.

3. The car owner appoints a registered Uber partner to manage the car and driver and get a fixed income for the car every week, usually on Saturdays. This is where my company plays. We have well-trained drivers and an operations team to ensure the cars are well used and only on Uber. We pay our clients a fixed amount for each car on Saturdays.

4. Hire-purchase or drive-to-own where the car owner gets a driver and the driver remits a fixed amount weekly to own the car at the end of a period.

You can buy very good pre-owned cars in great conditions. The cars do not have to be new. I am available to answer any further questions in order to guide you in this investment decision making.

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by 143boi: 7:16pm On Apr 10, 2016
TokyoBulls:


Thanks for your interest. From my perspective, there are four possible options:

1. The car owner is the same as the driver. In this case, the car owner is a partner-driver and the car must be 2009 or newer with less than 100,000 km mileage. The car must pass Uber car inspection (which takes place at Yaba or Lekki) and the partner-driver must possess Driver's License and Lagos State Drivers' Institute Card and go through Uber Drivers' Onboarding and pass the assessment.

2. The car owner hires a driver to use the car on Uber and earn an income. Same conditions for the car and driver. In this case, the partner (car owner) must have sufficient time, energy, skills, gut, etc to manage both the car and the driver to ensure optimal usage of the car and earnings.

3. The car owner appoints a registered Uber partner to manage the car and driver and get a fixed income for the car every week, usually on Saturdays. This is where my company plays. We have well-trained drivers and an operations team to ensure the cars are well used and only on Uber. We pay our clients a fixed amount for each car on Saturdays.

4. Hire-purchase or drive-to-own where the car owner gets a driver and the driver remits a fixed amount weekly to own the car at the end of a period.

You can buy very good pre-owned cars in great conditions. The cars do not have to be new. I am available to answer any further questions in order to guide you in this investment decision making.

Hello Tokyobull, I am really keen to start this in abj asap but part of the problem aside not having any corporate prescence (i think) in abuja is that the car vendors who came for the presentation made all sorts of glowing offers like 10% down payment and all that but when i went to their office, different story. Please do u know anyone who is willing to sell a good pre-owned car 2011 upwards or any car company with auto finance deal? Thank You
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by MPVGoddess: 6:29pm On Apr 12, 2016
TokyoBulls:


I am a partner on Uber Lagos with 12 cars on the road. Uber Black is operational in Lagos but not yet in Abuja. The demand for Uber Black is low compared to Uber X. My advice is that you inform Uber that you will prefer the Merc on X rather than Black. I have cars on both X and Black and the numbers are miles apart when it comes to demand. Most of the people who use Uber Black are expats, celebs, musicians, etc and some regular drivers who (in error) do not know the difference and when they end up paying more, they get upset and rate your drivers low.

I appreciate your response.

Am sure you meant to say: Most of the people who use Uber Black are expats, celebs, musicians, etc and some regular [b]users [/b]who (in error) do not know the difference and when they end up paying more, they get upset and rate your drivers low.
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by DeeOneBangin: 6:34pm On Apr 12, 2016
In simple words, he meant Riders cheesy

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by Ymodulus: 7:41pm On Apr 12, 2016
@Tokyo I don't understand. Can you elaborate on what you yourself do?

For example I have two vehicles Toyota Camry 2013 and Honda Accord 2011. These cars are underutilized, how will you out them to use if am to hand over to you?
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by Nobody: 8:04pm On Apr 12, 2016
Ymodulus:
@Tokyo I don't understand. Can you elaborate on what you yourself do?

For example I have two vehicles Toyota Camry 2013 and Honda Accord 2011. These cars are underutilized, how will you out them to use if am to hand over to you?

Ymodulus u get money oooo
camry 2013 and Accord 2011 under used by u,why did u then buy them?

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by TokyoBulls: 8:22am On Apr 13, 2016
DeeOneBangin:
In simple words, he meant Riders cheesy
Yes, than you for spotting the error. It is regretted

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