The answers to your most frequently asked questions
Couch Potato is a technology platform. Our smartphone app connects riders with people who need help with pick-up and delivery related chores.
Yes you would need to register with your mobile number to use the Couch Potato app on your phone.
In cities where Couch Potato is available you can request a rider 24/7
To make a delivery request a rider by selecting the pick and drop locations on the app. You will be given an estimated time of rider arrival
You pay 100 rupees for any delivery under 6 KM. Every Kilometer after that is 10 rupees per KM
Yes, if you have an internet enabled smartphone device you can simply domwload the app on the Google App Store or Apple Store
Simply open the app and place a pin on the point where you need to get a pick up, then select the drop off location and click go. A nearby rider will be dispatched to your pick up point.
Use the map to select your location and the location of the item you need picked up. Please add some detail about the item for the rider and make sure its not something too big to carry on a motorbike.
You can use the Couch Potato app to send something even if you’re not in the picture. How cool is that? Simply use the app to select the pick point and the drop point and your delivery will be made.
Yes, you can use a Couch Potato rider to get anything sent from or to you from just about anywhere.
Use the app to select the store and details about the item you require. A rider will call you when he is at the store to confirm your item and then deliver it to you.
Package delivery can be anything you send from one place to another – for example halwa from your nanis house.
Shop n’ drop is something you get delivered from the market – for example milk from the store.
The rider buys the item for you and you pay him back when he delivers it to you. The item must be under 2000 rupees and something he can easily carry on his motorbike.
Yes. The package price is separate and the charges for delivery are separate.