OWTO, a leading transport network company, provided hundreds of commuters around the busy streets of Ayala, Makati a quick, comfortable and safe means of transportation recently.
More than a hundred active drivers went to their newly installed booth in SM Makati to pick up passengers and safely brought them to their respective destinations.
“We are so glad to accommodate a lot of passengers in just a span of two hours after our opening here in SM Makati. And by the end of the year, we are expecting the public to choose OWTO as their favorite means of transportation,” said Joanne Reyes Gayod, OWTO Board member.
OWTO is expecting more than 10,000 active professional drivers to answer the needs of the daily commuters and as part of their commitment to provide superior service not only in Makati City but around Metro Manila.
“As what we have been saying to our passengers, OWTO is fair, safe and Filipino. I’m proud to say OWTO is the first Filipino owned TNS and ride-haling app,” added Gayod, noting that the OWTO app will be available early next year in IOS.
With the newest ride-haling app in the country, these everyday problems will now become a thing of the past.
OWTO Chief Executive Officer and founder Joey Gayod said: “We are here to serve the riding public and to give a better transport option. We are also here to do our best to provide for our drivers’ needs.”
OWTO will also launch a new improved and redesigned version of the App called OWTO 2.0. early this year.
For more info, visit their website at www.owtoph.com and OWTO app can be downloaded in Android Playstore.
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