Uber wants to know if people will subscribe to its e-bike service, but it could end up costing just as much as buying your own wheels

Business Insider | 7/3/2018 | Isobel Asher Hamilton
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Uber-owned Jump Bikes sent an email to users announcing the launch of a subscription service called Jump+, according to the Financial Times.

At $11.99 a week, the subscription would work out at more than $600 a year, making it as expensive as buying an e-bike.

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Uber says Jump+ is not actually live yet and the email was designed to gauge customer interest.

Jump Bikes, the dockless electric bicycle sharing firm bought by Uber in April, appears to be toying with an e-bike rental service.

Jump - Users - Email - Monday - Part

Jump users received an email on Monday inviting them to take part in a new service called Jump+, an e-bike subscription service. The email was spotted by...
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