Yumist

Sushubh

Administrator
#1
Testing this tonight.

Yumist | Homely Meals on Tap

Home delivery of meals. Rs. 75 for vegetarian. Rs. 95 for non-vegetarian.

I think mobile number of an existing user is the coupon code for first free meal. Got mine free by using a friend's number. Ping me if you want to try!
 

Sushubh

Administrator
#2


Good food. Did not track delivery time. But was definitely out of ETA shown in the app. But at least it was not 2 hours (or never) as mentioned by some folks in app reviews. Quantity is good enough for a regular person. I might need two on an empty stomach :p
 

Sushubh

Administrator
#5
Hi,

We started Yumist with the vision to bring quality and convenience to your daily meals, and we promised ourselves to try and achieve this while keeping prices at the lowest possible levels. With that in mind, we held on to price points of Rs 85 - 130 inclusive taxes until now.

Time has come for us to increase our prices a bit. With increasing costs of raw material (eg. Dal prices have gone up 50% in recent months) and delivery expenses going up, we had to take this tough decision. Our meals will now be priced Rs 100 onwards, inclusive taxes, which we believe to be very reasonable considering the quality we strive to provide.

In other news, we’re launching YumCash later this week on our website and Android app. This is your dedicated Yumist wallet that allows for super quick one tap payments, removing all hassles associated with cash transactions. Just load money on YumCash once and use it for one tap payments on your subsequent orders.

We’ll also have an introductory offer for YumCash users, where we add 15% from our side if you topup more than Rs 1000 to the wallet. Another exciting bit we are working on is YumPlan that will allow you to create your own flexi subscription plans on the go. Of course, YumPlan customers will have preferential pricing.

Cheers.

Alok & Abhimanyu
 

Sushubh

Administrator
#6
Filled up a long survey for a gift. Turns out it's a stupid coupon. Use SWEET to get a free dessert on one order in next three days.
 


Sushubh

Administrator
#8
Yumplan is now launched. Though is quite pointless in current form. How can I be sure that I would need a meal 2 weeks from now?



And since they do not always have a non-veg meal offering, the only option available is a veg meal. Plus only weekdays.