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Now we know why Uber advertises in MRT stations

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Several Twitter users complained that they had to pay exorbitant surcharge for Uber when the trains in the Circle Line were at first delayed – then disrupted. Uber users had to pay more than double for ride that would have cost them no more than $20.
2Facebook user JQ Huang said that this was why Uber advertised in MRT stations.

His friends who posted on Huang’s picture had some of the most hilarious responses.
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