Where is DiDi used? - In which towns and cities is DiDi located?

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Today DIDI is present in many countries and cities around the world; with a good marketing plan, giving coupons and discounts on each trip, so that the next one is cheaper than the competition; so the customer is satisfied, with a margin between 20% and up to 50% discount. If these figures impress you, try signing up and using DiDi and see if that's true.

What is the DiDi transport app?

It is a mobile application for smartphones on the public transport of vehicles with driver and rental,   of Chinese origin and based in Beijing; previously it was called Didi Kuaidi.



To use the service, simply download the app on your smartphone from the App Store or the Google Play Store and create an account; To create it you must provide some personal information, such as your name, address, email and telephone number; They will also ask you for payment details, such as a Visa, Master Card, and American Express debit or credit card.

How does this transport app work in the countries where DiDi is located?

Once your account is created and you need to use the service to request a trip, it will appear a map where you will have to enter the destination to where you want to go; You do this in the search engine that says' where are we going? "; later it will tell you below the approximate amount you will have to cancel and the payment methods you have at your disposal.

The user must validate both the point in which will go to collect it, both the place of destination ; and then just click on "confirm the trip"; finally, the user moves the green pin to the point indicated to meet the driver and presses “confirm”. If you are interested in working with DiDi and being a pilot, you can't stop looking at this guide.



In which countries and cities does the DiDi service work?

Today his area of ​​activity covers the Republic of China, Japan, Australia and Latin America; There it is found in countries like Chile, Brazil, Colombia, Mexico, and Costa Rica, as they believe this region has great potential, with the fastest growing mobile internet on the planet. Currently, however, in the Republic of China it operates in more than 400 cities.

In chronological order

However, in Latin America began its operations in 2018 in Brazil and Mexico ; currently in Brazil it is present in 27 states, such as Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Minas Gerais, among others; and in 1084 cities. In Mexico it operates in 32 cities, such as Guadalajara, Monterrey, Mexico City, etc., reaching a large part of the population.

In Australia it has been operational since June 2018, two months after the opening in Mexico; and today it works in some cities such as Melbourne, Geelong, Newcastle, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast and Perth.

In Japan it started in January 2019, expanding throughout the year in 6 areas or zones; including Hokkaido, Kanto, Chubu, Kansai, Kyushu and the Chinese area, each with a few cities.

In the case of Chile, it started operating in May 2019 to Valparaíso, Viña del Mar, Concón, Quilpué, Reñaca and Villa Alemana; Successively in August to Santiago del Cile, in November it has started to operate in Antofagasta, La Serena, Coquimbo, Rancagua, Talca, Concepción, Temuco and Puerto Montt. 


In Colombia, it started in October 2019 in Bogotá, with the intention of expanding to Bucaramanga, Cali, Barranquilla and Medellín.

In November of the same year it began its operations in Costa Rica , in particular in San José, Cartago, Alajuela and Heredia.


Finally, we can mention that its growth for Latin America has been very accelerated and fast; Because of it has some economic advantages and safety compared to other competing companies, such as insurance of travel, if you want to know how safe it is to travel with DiDi, you can visit our review on this topic. For the rest, we hope you enjoyed this content; If it was, leave us your comment below to find out.


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