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  • Uber's launched that feature you really want, but you're not allowed to use it - The Next Web

    Uber's launched that feature you really want, but you're not allowed to use it - The Next Web;

    Uber has today given its users something they've been wanting since the service first launched, but it's not letting regular ol' Joes and Janes use it just yet. Starting today in Seattle, rides can be pre-booked. Yes, you read that right; Uber's ...and more »

  • Uber begins letting passengers schedule rides up to 30 days in advance - Mashable

    Uber begins letting passengers schedule rides up to 30 days in advance - Mashable;

    Right on schedule: Uber is following in Lyft's footsteps. Uber on Thursday began rolling out a new option for passengers to schedule rides up to 30 days ahead of time, marking a departure from the traditional on-demand model of requesting a ride at the ...and more »

  • Uber will soon let passengers book rides up to 30 days in advance - The Verge

    Uber will soon let passengers book rides up to 30 days in advance - The Verge;

    Uber announced a new feature today that allows riders to book a ride up to 30 days in advance. It's only being tested in Seattle currently, but will eventually be available in other "top business travel cities." It also represents a significant shift ...and more »

  • Uber Now Allows Riders To Schedule Trips In Advance - The Consumerist

    Uber Now Allows Riders To Schedule Trips In Advance - The Consumerist;

    Less than two weeks after Lyft rolled out a new service that allows riders to book trips in advance — despite the fact that that action essentially defeats the purpose of an on-demand ride-hailing app — the company's biggest rival is joining club ...and more »

  • Uber Now Allows Passengers To Schedule Rides Up To 30 Days In Advance - Tech Times

    Uber Now Allows Passengers To Schedule Rides Up To 30 Days In Advance - Tech Times;

    Uber has rolled out a new feature that allows passengers to schedule rides up to 30 days in advance. For now, the feature is only available in Seattle through UberX. ( Free Stocks | Flickr ). Advertisement. Most people prefer to plan tasks in advance ...and more »

  • Uber rolling out Scheduled Rides in Seattle as app chases Lyft's similar feature - GeekWire

    Uber Scheduled Rides (Via Uber). A few weeks after Lyft began testing a feature that lets passengers set up rides in advance, Uber is rolling out the same feature, announcing Thursday that Seattle is the launching ground for Scheduled Rides. (Via Uber).and more »

  • Uber just introduced a whole new way to take a ride - Business Insider

    Uber just introduced a whole new way to take a ride - Business Insider;

    Starting Thursday, the company is going to roll out an option for customers to book a ride up to 30 days in advance. The experiment is starting in Seattle and is, so far, limited to riders who have a business profile. The goal is to target those ...and more »

  • Uber Will Now Let You Schedule Rides In Advance - BuzzFeed News

    Uber Will Now Let You Schedule Rides In Advance - BuzzFeed News;

    The news comes just one month after Lyft announced it was testing a ride-reservation system. posted on Jun. 9, 2016, at 1:28 p.m.. Priya Anand. BuzzFeed News Reporter. Tweet · Tumblr · Stumble. Bookmark it. View this image ›. Simon Maina / AFP / Getty ...and more »

  • Uber's Scheduled Rides feature lets you request cars up to 30 days in advance - TechCrunch

    Uber's Scheduled Rides feature lets you request cars up to 30 days in advance - TechCrunch;

    Less than a month after Lyft launched scheduled trips, Uber is doing the same thing starting today with the worldwide roll-out of Scheduled Rides. Now, you can schedule your car from 30 minutes up to 30 days in advance — but only for uberX. Lyft, on ...and more »

  • Uber will finally let you schedule your rides in advance - knowstartup (press release)

    Uber will finally let you schedule your rides in advance - knowstartup (press release);

    Uber has announced the world wide launch of its scheduled ride feature. The feature, as the name implies, will let you pre-arrange your rides. Ola and US-based Lyft already provides this feature. In September, Uber Chief Executive Travis Kalanick said ...and more »