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Uber coming to six new cities in New Zealand

In October Uber will underline their long term commitment to New Zealand by bringing the Uber platform to Rotorua, Taupo, Napier-Hastings, New Plymouth, Palmerston North and Nelson as destinations where you can grab a safe, affordable and convenient ride with Uber.

Uber is almost doubling their serviced cities overnight, and bringing more casual earning opportunities for drivers – and more choice for riders.

The extension means New Zealand’s tally of Uber connected cities will climb from seven to thirteen.

Uber is available in 700 cities worldwide and already have 6500 partners in New Zealand, most of them supplementing their income with part time work on the platform.

Uber anticipates more will follow extending further opportunities to even more New Zealanders who are looking for another way to support their families by driving on weekends and in peak tourist seasons.

New Zealand is already leading the way in new modalities, with Wellington the first city in the Asia Pacific to embrace JUMP e-scooters. Now more Kiwis will get the chance to get around their cities in a safe and cost effective way.

The six new destinations will support the great work of Uber driver partners already connecting riders in Auckland, Wellington, Queenstown, Hamilton, Christchurch, Tauranga and Dunedin.

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