According to Viettel Post’s Marketing Director Cao Cam Linh, the Viettel Post-developed service now has 7,258 taxi, 107,988 motorbikes and 632 truck operating in 63 cities and provinces nationwide. However, nine-seat cars have not been allowed to operate in  Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Quang Ninh, Can Tho and Da Nang.

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At present, the transport costs of the MyGo service is 10 percent lower than other ride-hailing services.

Of the 5 percent collected from its drivers’ turnover, MyGo has contributed 4.5 percent to the State budget.

The service allows its shippers to transport customers with interesting promotional programs.

In the time to come, a mechanism will be built to allow MyGo to employ drivers from its partners. Employees will sign  a labor insured contract and enjoy all the benefits of a Viettel Post’s staffer.

The Corporation plans to sign 7,300 new labor contracts for MyGo in this year. It has been signing agreements with various taxi and truck firms to develop the MyGo service system. 

Tran Trung Hung, Viettel Post’s CEO, hoped that the service will meet Vietnamese people’s expectations and added that if the service is promising , Vietnam will have a company that is competitive with other foreign ride-hailing service providers.

Translated by Mai Huong