Booking a Taxicab at EBB: Sending an Email vs a Phone Call
Passengers to and from the Entebbe International Airport use different options to reserve a taxi ride. It is always good to do it in time. Some choose to send a message by Email and others just make a phone call. Below, I highlight the two options. My explanation will help you to know which one is the best.
Sending an Email
With this option, you use the form on the contact us page. Fill in all the fields and after click the send button. Your message will go directly to the inbox. Other than the form, you can copy the email listed in the website header and send the message directly through your Gmail account, yahoo, outlook, or any other platform.
If the reservation agent isn’t online at that moment, he or she will find it later. Then expect to receive a reply after some minutes. Don’t forget to check back for the replies. Some servers forward the sent messages to the spam folder. If you take a long without hearing from the reservationist, it is better to check in your spam folder.
Making a Phone Call
For a phone call, you talk directly with the person through the phone. Copy that number on the website and make a call. Sometimes phone calls are not answered. It is not intended, but the person may be in an environment that is not favorable to answer a call. If not a call, you can send a WhatsApp message. This is more flexible and convenient.
Emailing is the most secure online communication system. For bookings, it is good to confirm through email. It keeps evidence. Someone cannot easily forget your order and details. Information shared through email is always available for reference. A phone call is fantastic for last-minute inquiries.