Mexico City, Mexico — A new home delivery service by digital platform company Uber has launched in several main cities across Mexico.
As of February 2, Uber Eats is now operating in Mexico. The online meal ordering and delivery platform, which his parented by Uber, began in San Francisco in 2014 and has finally made its way to Mexico.
Uber Eats allows customers to browse their local favorite fast food and restaurant options for home delivery. Customers using the Android app can also search for food by dish or type including pizza, burgers or sushi.
When ready to place an order, customers will see their delivery address, an estimate of the delivery time as well as the total price including booking fee and tax. To pay, customers simply pay using their Uber account or they can add a credit card.
Once submitted, customers can track their food order in real time. Uber Eats also offers an internal chat option so customers can maintain contact with the delivery man at all times, a feature that comes in handy for specific directions.
In Mexico, Uber Eats is now available in Mexico City, Monterrey, Tijuana, Guadalajara, Puebla, Querétaro and Hermosillo.