Ride-sharing company Uber on Monday announced the launch of its PREMIER service in Hyderabad and Vizag.

“PREMIER has enhanced the core experience of ridesharing, one that’s as good as a rider’s personal car. We will continue to listen to our riders and driver partners and work towards making Uber a preferred choice of commute.” Shailesh Sawlani, General Manager-West, Uber India, said in a statement.

The company started Uber PREMIER in Mumbai, Pune, Bengaluru, Kolkata, Lucknow and Delhi and has now expanded it.

A PREMIER ride will come in select economy-range sedans, driven by best-in-class driver partners endorsed by riders. The services will be offered as an in-app product option that serves as an upgrade to their current uberX experience.

Apart from PREMIER, Uber currently provides uberMOTO, uberPOOL, uberGO and uberX ride options.

Last month, Uber launched a light web-based version of Uber – m.uber.com – in India that will help people book their rides from computers or tablets.

So if you are at a place with no access to smartphone, you can book your Uber from your laptop. The lighter web-version became available in India from Friday. The company also introduced three new app features – offline search, request for a guest and call to ride. Offline search is for the riders using the app in limited network areas. Currently, the company is piloting this feature only in Pune.

(Written with inputs from IANS)