Uber has raised prices on some of its UberXL, UberPool, UberHUB and UberXL Plus service plans.

The company said in a blog post that it was raising prices for those plans.

Uber said the prices were effective for the next 12 months, starting with its Uber XL Plus plan.

It said it would also lower prices for UberX service plans that include the service in the future.

The prices were $3,500 for the UberXL plan and $4,500 with the UberX Plus plan, which includes an UberX in the garage.

Uber also raised prices for all UberX premium services.

The firm’s executive chairman and chief financial officer, John Krafcik, said in the blog post the price increases were aimed at encouraging more users to buy UberXL and UberPool.

The price increases, Uber said, were a result of Uber’s efforts to grow the user base for the premium services, and to continue to improve the Uber app.

Uber’s prices were higher than its competitor Lyft’s and similar companies like Sidecar, where Uber also has a presence.

The US Department of Justice has said Uber was engaged in anticompetitive practices.

Uber has not commented on the DOJ’s decision.

Uber declined to comment to News.co.nz on the price increase.

UberX and UberXPlus are the same type of service that Uber offered in the past, but Uber also offered UberPool and UberHOOB, Uber’s premium-only services.

UberXL offers a more robust Uber experience and is currently available only to those who use the app on the Uber platform.

Uber previously introduced UberXL with the service.

UberPOP is Uber’s popular UberPop app.

It’s available for iOS and Android phones and also in the UK.

Uber added UberPop in Australia in February 2017 and launched UberPop for US customers in July 2017.

Uber is a leading provider of transportation and logistics services for ride-hailing services.

It operates a fleet of self-driving vehicles that can drive and pick up passengers at stops and destinations in over a hundred cities.

Uber drivers make $70,000 a year and have benefits such as benefits such an annual pension, health and dental insurance, sick pay and vacation pay.

Uber currently operates in Australia, New Zealand, India, China, Germany, Mexico, Brazil and the US.

Uber raised $US8.3 billion ($9.6 billion) in funding last year, including $US3.9 billion ($4.9 bn) from Google Ventures, $US1.2 billion ($1.5 bn), Andreessen Horowitz, Union Square Ventures and Sequoia Capital.

Uber was founded in 2009 and is headquartered in San Francisco.

Uber, like other ride-sharing companies, relies on the services of drivers to earn income.

Uber shares fell about 3 per cent to $18.45 on the New York Stock Exchange on Thursday, the lowest level since January.

Uber and its competitor, Lyft, have been under fire in recent months for the way they deal with complaints by drivers of unsafe or unsafe conditions and for a lack of transparency about their safety measures.

Uber faces similar legal problems in California, where it operates an autonomous vehicle program, where drivers must comply with safety standards.

The companies face lawsuits by drivers in California and in New York.

Uber had raised $3.8 billion from private investors in 2016 and had raised another $3 billion in January.