In a move to constantly extend its services to customers in the region, Little is expanding services to Malindi- after a successful launch in Nairobi, Kisumu, Nakuru, Mombasa, Eldoret, and Nyeri.

Little, a super app with varied services and features is determined to maintain its position as the market leader in Kenya.

The Pan-African mobility platform’s customers can now order a comfortable cab or Tuk Tuk ride by simply using their smartphone in just a few minutes. While requesting a ride, a customer can also select the driver they trust using the Prefer Driver feature. 

According to Little’s Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Kamal Budhabatti, “Little is currently growing its services by incorporating several other features in the platform to provide instant solutions to clients needs and as well as venturing into new markets. Malindi stood out as our next city to venture in due to its strategic location in the Coastal Region. Little services will be able to serve the local community, local and international guests touring the region. Convenience and reliability have always been at the core of our service delivery. We are dedicated to ensuring we keep leading the revolution to improve Kenya’s mobility ecosystem.”

Little’s clients can now enjoy a safe, convenient and affordable way of moving in and around Malindi with minimal hassle and at affordable rates.

The launch of Malindi operations by Little comes only a month after a successful launch of the Little Tuktuk product in Mombasa.

“Little is dedicated to offering the best quality of service to its clients at the most affordable cost while ensuring drivers earn better on the platform at all times,” says Mr. Kamal

As earlier announced, Little has bigger plans of expanding its operations across the country in the short term and across the continent in the long term. The company recently launched operations in Ethiopia and Somalia while having a presence in Uganda and Tanzania as well.

There has been a growing demand for Little services across several Cities in Kenya and East Africa due to the convenience, reliability, safety as well as a wide variety of services and flexible payment options offered on Little. With both cab and Tuktuk categories, Malindi residents will now have an option to choose the best and most convenient way to move around the town and its environs.

Little Tuk Tuk will attract a modest fee of Ksh 25 per kilometer and KSh 3 per minute while Little Basic, on the other hand, will attract a fee of Sh35 per kilometer and Ksh 4 per minute.

Clients can enjoy the services by downloading the Little application from Play Store for Android users and App Store for iOS users. 

Currently, Little Super-App has a myriad of ride-hailing categories including; Little Basic for smaller-sized cars, Comfort and Comfort+ for bigger cars, LittleBODA, Little Deliveries, Little Parcel- available to both retail and corporate clients in Nairobi.