STANDARD Alliance Insurance Plc has entered into a partnership with Uber, a company that connects riders with drivers, to make moving around the city comfortable and affordable for its clients and staff who would need to be on the road to meet appointments.
In a statement by the Head, Corporate Communications, Nelson Egboboh, the underwriting company explained that it went into the partnership due to its desire to help its clients and members of staff get ultimate value for their hard-earned money which they had hitherto been spending to meet up with the costly fares being charged by other transport service providers.
According to the statement, Uber will be offering a free first ride of up to N5,000 when signing up for the service using the promo code, SAINSURANCE. Uber offers reliable and affordable rides at the touch of a button.
While noting that this free offer was for first time riders only, the statement explained that to enjoy the service, “the individual will have to download the Uber app on his/her mobile device and sign up with SAINSURANCE code indicating his location and destination. Driver-partners are at multiple locations which makes it easy for them to reach any interested person within few minutes.’’

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