The Beat Mobility app will begin recommending Cabify as a mobility alternative after announcing its departure from Colombia, Mexico, Peru, Chile and Argentina. Thus affecting passengers and drivers They may continue to move in their cities as Beat leaves the Latin American markets.
Beat mobility app in Peru, Chile, Colombia, Mexico and
Argentina and they trusted this platform More than 17 million passenger users and 1 million cooperative drivers.
“We greatly appreciate your choice, we have learned a lot during all this time and during this dismissal phase. we thought to guide our users Towards an app that can deliver a service that lives up to expectations,” Beat explained.
According to Beat, Cabify will provide an enjoyable experience to all people.
“At Cabify we have been working for 10 years on the challenge of improving mobility, promoting the transition to sustainability and increasing opportunities for people in this region,” said Ignacio Gutiérrez, Cabify’s Regional Manager for Latam.
Recently, Cabify was among the users. tried services for the first time Up to 218% growth In Latin America, the number of new collaborative drivers also increased by 60% in the countries where they operate.
“We will continue to work to provide opportunities for all collaborating passengers and drivers,” Gutiérrez said. said.
Beat to cease operations in Colombia and Latin America
Bad time for applications and their departure from Colombia