Lyft is trialling a subscription plans for high frequency users. Is this a potential model for other ride hailing services and could this be another alternative to private car ownership and public transit?
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One thought on “DTNS 3241 – Lyfting Subscriptions”
sounds like an altered carbon tv/book series or the Futurama Head in the Jar.