Beijing Mobike Technology Co.,Ltd
MoBike is a bike sharing platform used for short trips to reduce carbon emissions within city centers.
MoBike is a cashless and station-free bike sharing platform used for short trips within city centers to help reduce traffic congestion and reduce emissions from other forms of transportation.
Major cities worldwide
Beijing Mobike Technology Co., Ltd
Bicycles are mass produced in China
The platform is designed with a provision to create a customer profile under the account section. It is built with a provision to keep a record of all the trips a customer has taken as well as their Mobike credit status.
The bike is built with an aluminum frame that has a built in GPS tracker fitted with an App-activated lock and an algorithm that computes the usage time of a bike.
- Places provision on the app to report any problems noted.
- Dedicated support team reachable on email@example.com or through the app.
- Provides an operational team to fix bikes and for deployment of bikes.
- Updated FAQs that can help customers resolve their issues or challenges.
- A “Report an Issue” tab is provided in the application.
Replacement components are handled by the company using the on-ground operational team that fixes the bikes.
From their mission statement, “Mobike provides an affordable means of shared transportation for convenient short urban trips, while reducing congestion, and our city’s carbon footprint.”
No third party testing, only testing performed by the manufacturer
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