What Made Snap-E Cabs Standout In Kolkata’s Cab Market?
startup offers several unique value propositions — from no-cancellation policies to no-surge fees — to passengers.
Snap-E collaborated with Uber’s platform but with Snap-E’s branding on vehicles. This strategic decision helped the startup curtail the initial expenses associated with managing an app, customer relationships, and onboarding.
Snap-E partnered with TCS, Wipro, Cognizant, and several others to offer pick-and-drop services to their employees.
Snap-E follows a charges a flat fee of INR 150 for journeys up to 5 Km. Beyond this initial distance, the charge increases by INR 22.5 per km.
Snap-E has established partnerships with various charge point operators such as Jio-bp, Tata Power, Chargezone, Evre, and others.
Solving EV Charging Problem
The startup aims to expand to other cities that have less access to ride-hailing platforms like Raipur in Chhattisgarh and Bhuvaneshwar in Odisha.
Learn more about Snap-E’s progress in the cab world