"Celebrating the launch, Ola is offering 50 per cent off on all rides for the first month. Customers can book rides within the three major cities through Ola app," city-based online cab aggregator said in a statement.
"With a reliable platform, an engaged and growing group of drivers and local staff in place, we're excited to announce that Ola is now available to Kiwi passengers, giving them a fresh alternative to move about conveniently within our cities," Ola's New Zealand country manager Brian Dewil said in the statement.
Founded in 2011, the company has been aggressively expanding its services internationally since the beginning of this year, as it competes against American ride-hailing firm Uber.
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