Online Taxi Booking Service Cabmania Hits 3000 Registered Taxis, Minicabs and PHVs

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Online taxi booking service Cabmania continues to grow with more and more PHV operators and Hackney Cabs registering on the site. This week Cabmania reaches over 3000 vehicles available online from the various operators and taxis

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Customer love this site, it gives them plenty of choice and costs them nothing to use. They can see feedback of previous users and this keep the operators at their best making sure they don't get negative feedback which will impact their future business"

Online taxi booking website & Internet success story Cabmania continues to grow as more and more Private Hire Operators and taxi firms join the ranks and register on the site.

"The service is very attractive to PHV operators and taxis as there are no fees or costs if we don't get them bookings - it's a win-win deal for us and the operators" says Golan Shay one of Cabmania's Directors.

"We continue to see a steady stream of companies signing up every day, it seems the news about Cabmania is travelling by word of mouth from one driver to the next." He adds, "This week we have reached over 3000 available cab, taxis and PHVs all the way from Scotland down to the south coast".

Cabmania was launched just over a year ago and the site allows customers to enter their required taxi journey which registered operators quote for. The customer can book online with the operator of their choice either by preference of price or previous feedback from past customers.

Mr. Shay also states "Customer love the site, it gives them plenty of choice and costs them nothing to use. They can see feedback of previous users and this keep the operators at their best making sure they don't get negative feedback which will impact their future business".

Cabmania state that over 26,000 customers have used the site for their taxi journey this year and that numbers are growing consistently

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