Again your not a Taxi. And Taxi Drivers are using the app as a digital dispatch service. They are not taking your passengers. They are taking their passengers. They would have those passengers regardless as those passengers would never take UberX.
My Fiancé would never take an UberX. She takes Beck. And if she was to use Uber she would use Uber Taxi and not UberX.
She would however use Select if it was more reliable in the type of driver she got.
You also don't have access to taxi dispatchers because you are not a Taxi. You need to pay for that privilege to work independent from a platform. That's what Rideshare driving is. You are not a Taxi.
Wow! Today, I just realized I'm not a taxi. Captain obvious. Never have I said I am a taxi (nor wanted to be one). It was an example.
It seems, you can't understand my posts. Because you're not even at the point trying to debate against my argument, but completely missed it.
Of course, they are using it as a digital dispatch service. That's what literally the Uber Driver app is!!
Not sure if it's worth a try to explain you but I'll try a last time.
Uber allowing taxis to use the app benefits the taxi drivers and uber only. Not their native uber driver. It's like uber is playing a double agent, just because of the money. To me, that's totally a greedy move - so careless of their own drivers. How can you not see this is not a good thing for the uber drivers?