T3 Mobility, a Chinese online ride-hailing services provider, has joined Huawei’s aggregated service platform for the industry, Petal Travel, according to a report by iFeng on September 7. T3 Mobility’s services cover 92 cities across China, including Nanjing, Wuhan and Guangzhou.
Previously, Huawei’s Petal Travel was only open for test services in Beijing, Shenzhen and Nanjing. This cooperation with T3 Mobility means that its services have been extended to many cities across the country, and it also indicates deep collaboration between the two sides.
During the HarmonyOS 3.0 launch conference held at the end of July this year, Huawei announced the launch of Petal Travel. On September 6, Petal Travel officially started public testing, offering services provided by Shouqi Limousine & Chauffeur, UCAR, Sunshine Mobility and T3 Mobility.
Huawei said that in the initial stage of its launch, Petal Travel also provided users with discount benefits through Huawei Pay. In addition, Petal Travel will support voice control, a smartwatch version, multi-device collaboration and other functions in future updates.
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