Ola will face competition from Uber and Daimler-backed Bolt in the London.
In a significant development, London’s transport regulator has permitted Indian ride-hailing company Ola to launch its service in the city.
Bengaluru-based, SoftBank-backed Ola stated it has got a “private hire vehicle license” to operate in UK’s capital city.
“We are looking forward to building world-class mobility offerings for London, by collaborating with drivers, riders, the government and local authorities,” said Ola’s spokesperson in a statement.
According to a report by the Financial Times, Ola plans to launch the service by September 2019.