Easycabs Mobile App Will Now Offer Real-time Monitoring Of Booked Cabs

By April 19th, 2012 AT 4:39 PM

CIPL today announced the Mobile Application suite wherein the customers will now be able to track the location of their booked cabs via real-time monitoring and will also have the option of getting live traffic information once they book a car on the Easycabs Mobile Application.

Easycabs Mobile App Will Now Offer Real-time Monitoring Of Booked Cabs

The other imperative feature is live updates on traffic. The feature Powered by the Traffic information provider Traffline.com will facilitate the Easycabs customer with the traffic situation on their way enabling them to sketch out a different route to surpass the traffic chaos, if any.

This is yet another pioneering initiative from the company addressing the busy schedules and lifestyles of its customers. Moreover, with increasing traffic jams and prolonged travel time due to such jams, this feature will certainly be of great help for the customers.

The EasyCabs mobile application feature is available for service to customers in Delhi-NCR, Mumbai, Hyderabad and Bengaluru.

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Wow , good news for frequent traveller to Bangalore like me . Thanks Tarun

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