After just a short time being launched in Vietnam, Indonesian company Go-Jek’s services have attracted many drivers and passengers. Go-Jek, on entry into Vietnam, have established a partnership with local teams to launch operations under the name Go-Viet. After just a short time being launched in Vietnam, Indonesian company Go-Jek’s services have attracted many drivers and passengers. Launched in early this month, Go-Viet now provides motorbikes (Go-Bike) and delivery services (Go-Send) in 12 districts of HCM City with thousands of motorbikes. Go-Viet has offered many attractive policies to lure drivers and passengers. Passengers who travel a distance of below eight kilometres have to pay just VND5,000 (21.76 US cents) and Go-Viet has to cover the loss of VND25,000 in this case. Drivers will get a bonus of VND220,000 for the 13th trip per day. Go-Viet is expected to launch a Go-Car service soon. Meanwhile, lots of GrabBike drivers complained that their daily income was quite modest at VND600,000 (USD27.27). So some have moved to Go-Viet. Grab has increased commission for GrabBike drivers following competition from Go-Viet.
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