Burundi: Zela, Fast and Reliable Rides in Bujumbura.

Now in Bujumbura, Burundi, you can use your smart-phone to order a ride with Zela App on Android and iPhone devices, get picked up by a nearby driver, and enjoy a low-cost trip to your destination. You can count on Zela to take you where you need to go with safety first. Got an appointment? Need to pick up some groceries? Zela will match you with a driver. If it gets you there, it’s on the app.

Why choose Zela?
• Get a comfortable, low-cost ride.
• Fast arrival times, 24/7.
• All Zela rides are with free Wi-Fi.
• See the price of your ride before you order.
• You can pay cash to the driver or inside the app (with Credit card, Debit card, Apple Pay, or Paypal).

And with Zela App, your destination is at your fingertips. Just open the app and enter where you want to go, and a nearby driver will help you get there reliably.

Easily request a ride with the Zela app:
1. Open the app and set your destination;
2. Request a driver to pick you up;
3. See your driver’s location on the real-time map;
4. Enjoy the ride to your destination;
5. Leave a rating and pay.

The Zela App’s mission is to bring fast, reliable and affordable transportation to millions of people around the world, while also helping thousands of drivers support their families. The next time you need a ride, take Zela!

Zela ride types may vary by region. Check the app to see what is available in your city.

Questions? Get in touch via: info@zelataxi.com or at https://zela.app

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