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Uber Campaigns Against Minimum Charge Rule In Rhode Island

Posted on November 5, 2013

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — When it opened here a couple of months ago, the high-tech car service Uber made the announcement in breathless fashion.


“We’ve gotta hand it to you, Providence,” the company’s blog said. “We were pretty smitten at first, but now that we’ve arrived, we’ve fallen even harder.”

Some of that love may be wearing off already.

Providence Journal article here

Related Topics: mobile applications, mobile technology, Rhode Island operators, shared rides, Uber, vehicle apps

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