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Uber wants to know if people will subscribe to its e-bike service, but it could end up costing just as much as buying your own wheels

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Uber-owned Jump Bikes sent an email to users announcing the launch of a subscription service called Jump+. At $11.99 per week the subscription would be a yearly expense of over $600, making it as expensive as buying an e-bike. Uber says JUMP+ is not live and the email was to gauge customer interest.
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