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Kia partners with Uber to provide free rides

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Kia Motors Nigeria has once again teamed up with the innovative technology platform Uber to provide a free ride to all Kia customers.

Kia and Uber are both committed to raising the bar in customer service and this informed their move to provide an amazing value added service to all Kia customers.

Recognized as two of the nation’s premier customer service providers, both companies commitment to provide the very best customer service support to thousands of customers nationwide is at the core of this partnership.

“Customer-centricity is at the epicentre of everything we do at Kia and our partnership with Uber, is aimed at giving optimum value to customers to ensure that they have access to the value oriented service from Uber by giving them a free ride worth N3,000” said Sandeep Malhotra, Chief Commercial Officer, Kia Motors Nigeria.

“At Uber we are passionate about building a reliable and affordable platform that allows thousands of Nigerians get around their cities like never before and we continue to do that by creating exciting customer experiences. We are thrilled to be partnering once again with KIA who make up one in every 10 Ubers on the road, bringing a memorable first experience to their extensive list of customers” said General Manager for Uber Nigeria, Ebi Atawodi

The promotion will run from the 23rd of May to 20th of August, 2016, and it’ll be available to all Kia customers. To redeem this offer, KIA customers will need to download the Uber app from their Apple, Android or Windows app store, register an account and apply the code “KIAMOTORS” to unlock a free first ride worth N3,000.

This is a great next step in the partnership between Uber and Kia. Uber recently partnered with Kia Motors Nigeria to offer prospective driver-partners, looking to operate on the Uber platform, the opportunity to purchase a Kia at reasonable rates.

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