Your Zomato Gold Subscription will last longer. Zomato is extending all continuing Zomato Gold memberships by four months, in light of international lockdowns keeping restaurants, bars, eateries, and cafés closed across the world amid the continuing coronavirus pandemic. This is applicable for Zomato Gold members in India, Australia, Indonesia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Lebanon, Portugal, Turkey, and the United Arab Emirates (UAE). This fresh four-month Zomato Gold expansion is in addition to the previous two-month one, which requires it to a total of half an hour.
“We are extending Gold memberships across countries by four more months (total of 6 months extension now),” Zomato creator and CEO Deepinder Goyal stated in tweets early on Monday. “This covers India, UAE, Australia, New Zealand, Portugal, Philippines, Indonesia, Turkey, and Lebanon. In March, originally, we extended Gold memberships by two months — acknowledging that dining out strategies would be affected, but hoping things would get better quickly.
“India and all our Other Gold countries continue to be a couple of months away from having the ability to use and enjoy their own Zomato Gold benefits. In India however, members continue to avail Gold privileges on food delivery. We’ll continue to monitor the situation very closely, and make every attempt to guarantee customer and staff safety when restaurants open again and are ready to welcome Gold members,” Goyal added.
It’s not just Clients that Zomato was serving. Back in April, Zomato had established the Zomato Gold Support Fund in India, UAE, Australia, Portugal, and Turkey to help the industry and its employees who were deeply impacted by the pandemic. Because of this, earnings of new Zomato Gold subscriptions immediately moved to restaurant housekeepers, cooks, and servers. Individuals who bought one got an extra 12 weeks of Zomato Gold as complimentary. From mid-April, Zomato asserted it had risen over Rs. 2 crores in India, and over $60,000 from the UAE.
Zomato Gold is available in 41 cities and regions across India, including Delhi NCR, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Pune, Hyderabad, Chandigarh, Kolkata, Indore, Lucknow, Nagpur, Jaipur, Ahmedabad, Chennai, Ludhiana, Kochi, Coimbatore, Jabalpur, Guwahati, Amritsar, Kanpur, Goa, Nashik, Aurangabad, Bhopal, Bhubaneswar, Mangalore, Vadodara, Ranchi, Vizag, Agra, Dehradun, Mysore, Patna, Udaipur, Vijayawada, Jalandhar, Surat, Varanasi, Raipur, Patiala, and Gwalior.
External India, Zomato Gold is available in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, and Ajman from the UAE, Melbourne, Sydney, and Brisbane in Australia, Lisbon and Porto in Portugal, Jakarta, Indonesia, Beirut, Lebanon, Auckland, New Zealand, Manila, the Philippines, Doha, Qatar, and Istanbul, Turkey.
In India, Zomato Gold costs Rs. 999 for six months, and Rs. 1,800 a year. An Annual Zomato Gold subscription is available at AED 192 in the UAE, AUD 36 in Australia, IDR 228 in Indonesia, LBP 45,000 in Lebanon, NZD 36 in New Zealand, PHP 540 from the Philippines, QAR 72 in Qatar, and TRY 175 at Turkey. In Portugal, you can only avail of a two-year membership at EUR 24. Plans are usually made accessible for more affordable to present members.