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In a move that’s sure to fuel more competition in the country, three popular ride-sharing services have announced plans to offer deliveries via virtual conferences.
In a statement on Tuesday, Uber, Airbnb and Delivero said they will begin offering virtual delivery services through their app in the coming months.
These virtual conference services, which are currently limited to San Jose and Singapore, will allow people to order and pay for goods and services, such as food, rent, and rental cars, from a single device, they said.
This means that users will be able to book rides for both the person ordering the goods and the car renting them, Uber said.
This comes after several other services have begun offering delivery via virtual delivery, including Amazon and UberEats.
This year, Amazon launched the Amazon App Delivery Service (AAPS), which lets users pay for products and services through an app, and Amazon’s online marketplace Instacart also launched virtual delivery.
This summer, Uber announced that it would allow its users to book a ride for the company’s drivers, which would allow them to order products and cars for the cars they drive.
This has created a lot of competition in Asia for the traditional taxi industry, which is dominated by the likes of Grab, GrabCar, and Yellow Cab.
In 2016, Amazon also launched its own service, UberX, which allows users to order groceries and other products from the company, and Uber will continue to add more services.
A similar app called UberEATS will be launching later this year.
In August, Lyft announced that its ride-hailing service, Lyft Blue, would launch in the Philippine market in 2020, and the company will begin providing the service in 2019.
The service will be available through apps like the Lyft App, Lyft Connect and Lyft.com.
While these services have the potential to make delivery even more convenient, Uber and Lyft also said they would provide “special discounts” to customers who choose to use virtual delivery and to use their cars as part of their deliveries.
This includes the discounts for food and rent, the companies said.
They also promised to allow drivers to earn money for their deliveries by using their vehicles for more trips and to help them make more money by providing extra rides.