Zomato Hikes Platform Fee To Rs 4 In Major Markets From New Year

Zomato Platform Fee: Driven By Record Food Orders On New Year’s Day, Food Delivery Platform Zomato Has Raised Its Mandatory Platform Charge Per Order From Rs 3 To Rs 4 In Key Markets.

The New Rates Are Effective From January 1. On New Year’s Day, Zomato Temporarily Hiked The Platform Fee To Rs 9 Per Order In Some Markets. Shares Of The Company Opened Higher (Around Rs 126 In The Morning) On Tuesday After International Brokerage Clsa Was Bullish On Its Shares. In August Last Year, Zomato Introduced A Platform Fee Of Rs 2 To Improve Its Margins And Drive Profitability. The Company Later Raised The Platform Fee To Rs 3, Before Raising It To Rs 4 On January 1.

Zomato Hikes Platform Fee To Rs 4 In Major Markets From New Year

The New Platform Fee Applies To All Customers Including Zomato Gold. Zomato And Its Fast-commerce Platform Blinkit Recorded More Orders And Bookings On New Year’s Day Compared To Previous Years.

“We Have Delivered Almost As Many Orders On Nye 23 As We Did On Nye 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 Combined. Excited About The Future!” Deepinder Goyal, Zomato Founder And Ceo Posted On X.

Albinder Dhindsa, The Ceo Of Blinkit Said That They Had Crossed The Total Number Of Orders They Had Received On New Year 2022 In The Evening Only.

“We’ve Already Hit Highest-ever Orders In A Day, Opm (Orders Per Minute), Soft Drinks And Tonic Water Sold In A Day, Chips Sold In A Day, Tips Given To Riders In A Day (Thank You India),” Dhindsa Informed.

Zomato Receives Tax Notice

Meanwhile, Zomato Has Received Notices From Tax Officials In Delhi And Karnataka For Alleged Underpayment Of Goods And Services Tax (Gst). The Company Said That It Would Appeal Against The Rs 400 Crore Notice.

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