After launching UberEats in Mumbai four months ago, the on-demand restaurant delivery service recently announced they will be making ordering UberEats even more convenient for Mumbaikars by introducing a cash payment option. Although contactless transactions and going cashless is becoming increasingly the norm in various locales worldwide, developing markets still often rely on cash transactions.
The cash payment option already existed for Uber rides in India as well. Uber Product Manager Birju Kadakia also announced the company's plan to roll out this feature in some of the other countries UberEats currently operates in. This move not only makes it more convenient for app users, but also empowers Mumbai restaurant and business owners to grow their business.