LITTLE LAUNCHES AMBULANCE SERVICES
Little, the Kenyan owned cab-hailing company has partnered with St John Ambulance to offer emergency ambulance services through the Little app, expanding Little’s mobility offerings. The emergency ambulance services, under the Little Rescue category within the Little app, will enable Little customers to request for…
LITTLE LAUNCHES OPERATIONS IN NYERI AND ELDORET
NAIROBI, 12.05.2020- Little, the Kenyan leading ride-hailing company, has launched operations in Eldoret and Nyeri, bolstering its vision of being the leading Pan African mobility company. The residents of these two towns can now request for a ride either using the Little app, dialing *826#…
LITTLE OFFERS FREE RIDES TO HOSPITALS DURING COVID-19 PERIOD
To ensure our customers can receive essential medical care during curfew hours, Little has partnered with 11 hospitals and PharmAccess Foundation (under the MOMCARE initiative) to enable Little customers across Nairobi to request for a Little ride for free up to Ksh 600 to partner…
Take your taste buds for a ride with Little Treats
We know how much you love food and here we are with Little Treats for you. Now, ride with Little and get assured restaurant voucher from Little, which can be used to avail some of the best restaurant deals in Kampala. Below is the list…
Little Ride Rebrands Little Life To Little Wallet, Comes With Goodies – By Techweez
Little Ride, the local taxi hailing service owned by Craft Silicon has been in operation for over a year now and has been competing with the likes of Uber and Taxify in this highly competitive market.
10 Things You Must Know About Little Cabs – By Biznews
Little Cab, a Kenyan taxi hailing solution to provide convenient and affordable cab services to customers was unveiled yesterday courtesy of craft silicon in partnership with Safaricom.
Janet Kanini joins little in spreading love to little boy with cancer
Former TV personality Janet Kanini today joined hands with local taxi hailing company, Little, to share some Valentine’s love by bailing out a cancer patient who was being held in hospital over an outstanding bill of close to a million shillings.