The Namma Yatri app generates 189 crore rupees for Bengaluru’s taxi drivers

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By using a zero-commission business model, Namma Yatri also claimed to have assisted auto drivers in saving close to 19 crore rupees.Since its November 2016 inception, Bengaluru’s auto-hailing app Namma Yatri has given its drivers wages of 189 crore. The Ola and Uber-competing Open Network for Digital Commerce (ONDC)-backed app was released in order to take on the cab aggregators, who also offer auto bookings in their apps.By using a zero-commission business model, Namma Yatri also claimed to have assisted auto drivers in saving close to 19 crore rupees.

“Namma Yatri (enabled by ONDC) drivers in Bengaluru have to date earned 189 Cr.,” stated ONDC employee Tina Gurney in a LinkedIn post. Due to a zero commission structure, the drivers receive 100% of these earnings. The drivers have collectively saved roughly 19 Cr in fees, even if one were to conservatively estimate 10% commissions to big players in the past.While cab aggregators Ola, Uber, and Rapido are being scrutinised by the government for charging more than $100 for trips that are less than 2 kilometres, Namma Yatri prices are determined by a pricing list set by the government.

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