Going out on the weekend or whatever night you decide to go out its always handy getting into the city but getting out of it can be troublesome at times and for me this is the part i hate most,i like to be organised and keep things like clockwork but often the case i have struggled to get home from the city,but here is a new solution called Lynk App.
Lynk was founded by Noel Ebbs, a tech entrepreneur who has more than 20 years experience in taxi technology. Lynk launched in October 2014, developed and aimed specifically for the Irish market with a strong fleet of 2,500 full time, professional drivers.
We realised that there was an opportunity for an Irish offering to the growing taxi app market. Lynk believes consumers should be assured of not just a quality service but also a safe and efficient one. We modelled the app around a community service, not big business. Lynk is local to you, and local to your business.
Based in Newmarket, Dublin 8 we provide 75 Irish jobs and have built a reputation for having an excellent customer care team which are available 24/7 to answer all your queries.
How it works
First of all you will need to download the app which is available on Android and iOS we will put links at end of post so you can download the app which is free,you will be given an introduction of how the app works and what its all about which is shown in the slideshow below.
Lynk is safe its Dublin’s only taxi app that sends you a proper legal taxi with a garda vetted driver. No exceptions.
Lynk is flexible it allows you to book a taxi for now or later, as we are the only Taxi App that is supported by a 24/7 Dublin call centre.
Easy pay options, Pay seamlessly with a credit card in the Taxi App or by cash. They even email you a receipt.
Lynk also offers a bus service,airport transfers and chauffeur service.
You are also not charged a booking fee if you use the app,you can read more in the FAQ section.
You can also book online or via the phone too should you require them and set up an account.
For more info you can check out Lynk.ie which is a nice easy to navigate site.