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Key Takeaway:

Dutch start-up umob acquired the assets of bankrupt MaaS pioneer MaaS Global and vows to not repeat the mistakes of the Whim app provider. But it does not offer many details.

Key Data:

The Dutch start-up doesn’t release the number of users of its app. But according to Google Play, the app has only been downloaded around 5,000 times, and Google has recorded only 28 app reviews of so far.

Organizations Mentioned:

• umob
• MaaS Global

The small Dutch start-up that bought pioneering mobility-as-a-service start-up MaaS Global from a bankruptcy administrator told Mobility Payments it has learned from the “pitfalls encountered” by the Whim app provider.

But recent Rotterdam-based start-up umob, which last week announced it had acquired the assets of

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