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Travelyaari teams up with Hike to provide the messaging platform’s users a seamless bus booking experience

Ensuring spontaneous travel plans made during chatting sessions do not remain buried in chat boxes anymore, Travelyaari, India’s leading bus booking platform, recently teamed up with the messaging platform Hike to offer its users a seamless bus booking experiences. Post the partnership, Hike users can easily book bus tickets from the platform itself, and use cashbacks or Hike currency to make payments.

With Travelyaari vast network spread across various Tier-3 and Tier-4 cities acting as a catalyst, Hike users can now book bus tickets online across 1 lakh plus routes. The association is expected to mutually benefit the platforms, providing Travelyaari an access to the large user base of Hike as the latter incorporates another integral service element on its platform.

Making the announcement, Aurvind Lama, Founder and CEO at Travelyaari said, “Hike, within a short span of its inception, has amassed a large user base with its feature rich platform that makes virtual communication highly engaging. By teaming up with the platform, Travelyaari aims to connect with its massive user base and extend our services, thereby enabling its’ users to make bus bookings easily without having to navigate through various apps or pages. Additionally, Hike’s significantly younger user base provides an ideal space for Travelyaari to further extend its operations.”

Travelyaari has been on the forefront of introducing a plethora of new technologies and digital solutions in the field of travel assistance, with features such as bus tracking technology optimizing its ability to reveal inconsistencies in scheduled arrival time, along with any other inefficient processes. By enabling software-based operations, Travelyaari has managed to make travel a more manageable, reliable and enjoyable experience for both operators and travelers alike.