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USA Today Compares New Limos.com App With Two Competitors

Posted on July 27, 2011

USA TODAY: Reserving a chauffeured town car or limousine today can be as easy as moving a red pin on an interactive map.

With car-service mobile apps from companies such as LimoRes, Limos.com and Uber coming into their own, smartphone-wielding travelers looking to book a ride have handy new alternatives to making their reservations over the phone or online.

While the free LimoRes (iPhone) and Limos.com (iPhone and Android) apps can help you make a car-service reservation throughout much of the USA and globally, Uber's free app (iPhone and Android) currently offers reservations only in New York City and San Francisco/Palo Alto for immediate, "on-demand" service.

USA Today full article here: Limo apps make it easy to catch a ride.

Limos.com press release via LCT here.

 

Related Topics: communications, customer service, Limos.com, mobile applications, mobile technology

Comments ( 1 )
  •  | about 8 years ago

    Don't understand why any limousine company would accept limos.com work. They advertise 40% discounts over standard rates. What limo company can discount 40% and pay the booking fees/20% commission to limos.com. This is a business model that I fear is going to destroy the industry, kill our profit margins, and commoditize our service.

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