Verizon to Preload Lyft On Some Android Phones
May 7, 2015, 1:08 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Verizon Wireless today announced plans to install Lyft's mobile application on an unknown selection of its future Android handsets. Lyft serves as an alternate to traditional taxi services and is meant to help people find rides quickly and cheaply. The move will benefit Lyft drivers most, who will qualify for a discount on their Verizon Wireless service if they sign up via Lyft's driver reward program. Verizon didn't say which handsets will be preloaded with Lyft, nor did it say if its own customers will be able to delete the app. Network operators often preload third-party applications and services on handsets, which is sometimes referred to as bloatware.
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