Easy Taxi to give great offers for ladies on International Women’s Day


Easy Taxi would like to celebrate and show appreciation for women on International Women’s day by offering every Lady who uses Easy Taxi a FREE ride on International Women’s Day!

To redeem their free ride, all female passengers can give the IN-APP voucher code: IWD2015 to their driver before the ride is billed. The coupon code will cover the cost of rides up to Ksh 1000.

In addition, Easy Taxi has partnered with various establishments throughout Nairobi to offer all female customers some great deals to celebrate this day!

For all the ladies who arrive with an Easy Taxi on International Women’s Day at an Ashley’s Salon branch, they will receive 10 % discounts on all treatments /services to keep them stunning and beautiful. The Ashley Salons that will have this offer include: Ashley’s The Mall Branch – Westlands The Mall, Ashley’s Raphta Road Branch – Inside Prime Apartments Westlands, Ashley’s Upper Hill Branch – Inside Hill Park Hotel – Upper Hill and Ashley’s Ruaka Branch – Ruaka Square – Limuru road

And for the ladies looking for a place to dine on this special day, Tokyo Restaurant located in Lavington will offer 10% off their food bill if they use Easy Taxi. They will also receive a free How does Easy Taxi work?

Available for both Android and iOS, this service is a sure and reliable way of transportation in Nairobi.  It’s easy and safe; all you have to do is download the app – it will identify your location through GPS and once the current location has been detected, just tab ‘request taxi’. The app will then scan around for a taxi nearby you and assign the closest one to your location, thereby ensuring that minimal time is taken to arrive at their required destination. The customer pays the driver once they arrive at their desired location.

Easy Taxi was launched in Brazil in 2011. It is now one of the largest taxi booking apps in the world, connecting drivers and passengers in a fast, safe and covenient. Easy Taxi operates in Latin America, Africa, the Middle East and Asia. It has a global network of over 400,000 drivers and 17 million passengers.


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