Veezu launches Smarter Local Rides in Wales
28 January 2024
Veezu, one of Wales' fastest-growing companies, has officially launched its ride platform in Cardiff, Barry, Bridgend, Cwmbran, Newport, and Pontypool.
The offering brings its fast and convenient private hire transport service to South Wales, with many smarter local rides starting at just £3.65*.
With a commitment to convenience, accessibility, and innovation, Veezu provides passengers with more booking options than many traditional taxis or ride-hailing companies. Rides can be booked through phone, web, or the Veezu mobile app.
Veezu also offers multiple payment options, including Google Pay, Apple Pay, card, or cash, enhancing travel convenience for passengers.
Safety remains the top priority for the company, with all driver-partners undergoing enhanced DBS checks, and all rides having real-time door-to-door car tracking, plus 24/7 support to ensure a secure, comfortable experience for passengers.
To celebrate the launch, Veezu is offering its customers affordable fares, with many starting from just £3.65 per ride. Whether customers are heading to a meeting, exploring local heritage, or enjoying a night out in the bustling Cardiff city centre, Veezu is committed to making transportation more accessible, reliable, and affordable. Veezu CEO Nathan Bowles said: "I'm really excited to launch the Veezu brand in my local area. I’m especially proud of the new Veezu mobile app that gives passengers a seamless user experience with smart address search capabilities, share your ride details functionality, and the ability to book a ride in two taps."
Founded in 2013 in Wales, Veezu is now one of the UK's largest and fastest-growing private hire technology platforms. Nathan also emphasised the company's commitment to local communities, adding: "Our vision of delivering #smarterlocalrides to communities nationwide is quickly becoming a reality."
Veezu supports hundreds of local projects across the UK through the Funded By Veezu initiative. In 2023, Whitchurch Heath Cricket Club, Feed Newport, and Childline Cymru were among the local organisations benefiting from this program.