After launching its service in Bangalore, Delhi and more recently, Hyderabad, Uber seems to be looking at Mumbai as its fourth Indian city. Uber has been tight-lipped about its launch cities, with Allen Penn who heads the company’s Asia operations refusing to reveal the name of cities he is looking at during a recent interaction that coincided with Uber’s formal launch in Delhi. Also Read - Uber cab service resumed in 31 cities in India with new Lockdown 4.0 guidelines
However, the company’s Twitter accounts have been pretty upfront about future plans. Like this tweet soliciting job opportunities for its Mumbai operations. Also Read - Uber launches 'Uber Connect' package delivery service to rival Dunzo and Swiggy Genie
After @Uber_HYD @Uber_Delhi & @Uber_BLR we’re also wanting to launch Uber in Mumbai! Want to work for us? https://t.co/qLG4orLOfU #UberIndia Also Read - Uber to operate 'Essential' cab service to hospitals and pharmacy stores in 4 cities
— Uber EMEIA Jobs (@Uber_EMEIAJobs) December 27, 2013
We don’t have a timeline when Uber would launch its Mumbai ops, but we can be rest assured it is happening.