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Founded Year



Series B - III | Alive

Total Raised




Last Raised

$10M | 4 yrs ago

About TOGO

TOGO is a mobile car sharing platform. Users can find and rent smart cars in hourly installments via the mobile application.

TOGO Headquarter Location

Room 1401, 14 / F, Block B, Jiatai International Building East Fourth Ring Road, Chaoyang District

Beijing, Beijing, 100025,


+86 400-610-1002

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Expert Collections containing TOGO

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TOGO is included in 2 Expert Collections, including Travel Technology (Travel Tech).


Travel Technology (Travel Tech)

2,161 items

The travel tech collection includes companies offering tech-enabled services and products for tourists and travel players (hotels, airlines, airports, cruises, etc.). It excludes financial services and micro-mobility solutions.


Auto Commerce

536 items

Companies involved in the rental, selling, trading, or purchasing of cars, RVs, trucks, and fleets, including auto financing companies, vehicle auction services, online classified advertising companies with a focus on auto, and dealership software platforms.

TOGO Patents

TOGO has filed 32 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Fluid dynamics
  • Designer drugs
  • Force
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Carangoides, Caranx, Force, Operating roller coasters, Mechanics


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Carangoides, Caranx, Force, Operating roller coasters, Mechanics



Latest TOGO News

Google Lands First Subsea Cable In Africa To Promote Digital Access

Mar 24, 2022

Digital Times Nigeria – Togo becomes the first West African nation to receive the cable -Submarine conduit will link Africa to Europe via Portugal -Google has $1 billion plan to build African digital capacity Share Post Google has landed a submarine cable in Togo, the first nation in West Africa to introduce commercial fifth-generation (5G) mobile services. Bloomberg reports that the Equiano subsea internet cable, part of Google’s $1 billion program to build digital capacity on the continent, was connected to the nation of 8 million people on Friday. The conduit will land in Nigeria, Namibia and South Africa later this year, linking Africa to Europe via Portugal. The new cable is expected to help Togo double internet speeds by 2025 and reduce Internet prices by about 14%, according to research from Africa Practice and Genesis Analytics commissioned by Google. “Our vision is to become a digital hub and we need connectivity,” Togolese Digital Economy Minister, Cina Lawson said in a March 15 interview. “We’re going to have an awful lot of capacity through this cable. We’re going to be able to retail capacity to other countries.” Once operational, the cable will offer 20 times more bandwidth than any other country in West Africa, and help create almost 37,000 new jobs by 2025, Africa Practice and Genesis said. “That kind of Internet speed puts you on the same level of competitiveness as your counterparts in the western world,” the head of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, Vera Songwe, said in a separate interview. Togo has among the highest mobile data costs on the continent at $8.64 per gigabyte, according to the Alliance for Affordable Internet, a partner to the World Wide Web Foundation, a U.S.-based non-profit that advocates better internet access. By increasing internet speeds, Togo also hopes to attract new businesses, such as data centres, and help grow the country’s startup industry, Lawson said. Digital Hub Togo is already a logistical hub in West Africa with the region’s biggest port and both pan-African lender, Ecobank Transnational Inc. and regional carrier Asky Airlines headquartered there. The country plans to become a regional digital hub through a national digitization programme, Togo Digital 2025, that aims to foster economic development by focusing on increased connectivity. The landing “affirms Google’s commitment to the African continent, to support Africa’s digital transformation” and “aligns with the country’s continuing efforts to promote digital inclusion for Africa,” Google Sub-Saharan Africa Managing Director, Nitin Gajria said in the statement. Togo became the first country in West Africa to launch a 5G network in 2020. Internet penetration in Togo almost tripled in recent years, from about 7% in 2017 to about 20% in 2020, according to World Bank data. “It’s not so much about the technology, but the fact that we’re going to have so much capacity and that it’s going to be so cheap and so fast,” Lawson said. “The price of internet access will decrease while the capacity that people have at home will also increase.” Share Post Published Pioneer broadband service provider, Smile Communications Nigeria, has just introduced a new Unstructured Supplementary Service Data (USSD) service, an innovative self-help service, for its teeming subscribers. This latest introduction into the Nigerian market is essentially a mobile communication technology used worldwide to access network services by simply sending text between a mobile phone and an application in the network. This USSD service is unique as subscribers’ can access Smile’s USSD service without using any Internet connection or data. Subscribers can access the various services by simply dialling the code *4504# from their mobile phones without calling Customer Service or going online to access particular services. With the new USSD *4505# service, Smile subscribers can Redeem Airtime/Bundles, Buy Bundles with Airtime, Check Account Balances, Update their NIN as well as Manage Auto-renewal at their convenience. Abdul Hafeez, Chief Marketing Officer of Smile Communications Nigeria, stated that all “our customers need to use the service is to dial *4504# from their mobile phones, enter their SmileNumber and the four-digit PIN as selected by the user, and they will be good to go.” Famous as the first 4G LTE network in West Africa, Smile Communications Nigeria was the first to launch VoLTE on its network and continued its innovation, having introduced SmileVoice. SmileVoice is a free mobile app that enables customers with any Android or Apple iPhone device (including devices that are not VoLTE-enabled) to make SuperClear voice calls over Smile’s 4G LTE network, enabling SuperFast data and SuperClear voice, all from one data bundle. Smile was also the first to introduce an unlimited offering, providing the best SuperFast internet experience in Nigeria. Published Smile Communications has activated an effective plan to make every weekend from now until 31st December, 2021, exciting and memorable. With Christmasand its attendant jollity about to come early for subscribers of Smile Communications, the company said in a statement that the satisfaction of its customers is it’s priority. The offer; Double Data Weekend (SuperFast internet from Friday – Sunday), will ensure that when customers use the MySmile App from Friday to Sunday to recharge their Bigga plan, they get 100% BONUS data that is valid for 14 days. With the 100% BONUS data, customers are assured of more connection time on the Smile network. The Bigga plans with 30 days’ validity come in various options however, the applicable ones for this particular offer are the 15GB (N5,000), 20GB (N6,000), 30GB (N8,000), 40GB (N10,000), 60GB (N13,500), 75GB (N15,000) and 100GB (N18,000) data plans. Abdul Hafeez, Chief Marketing Officer, Smile Nigeria, noted that the offer is principally for Smile customers who have downloaded the MySmile App, and are recharging their data plans through it. He disclosed that the three basic requirements of Where, How, and When entails; Having the downloaded MySmile App; subscribing through the MySmile App for the N5,000 and above Bigga plans; and doing so during the weekend days of Friday to Sunday respectively. All these, he shared, are geared at delighting Smile customers. “Customers”, Hafeez reiterated, “are at the centre of everything we do, and with this in mind, we created easy-to-use channels for you to manage and use your Smile services and engage with us.” He enjoined Smile customers to empower themselves more by installing the MySmile App on their Android and iOS mobile phones as with the MySmile App, customers can manage their Smile services wherever and whenever they want. Among the Smile services available on the MySmile App is Recharging Airtime, Data and Voice services; Sharing Data and Airtime; Redeeming Airtime vouchers as well as Checking balances for Data, Voice, SMS, and Airtime service. Others are Checking history of usage, purchases, and shares of Data, Voice, and Airtime; Viewing personal information and KYC status; Updating NIN in one easy step as required by regulations; Connecting with Smile on all Social Media platforms with one click and Chatting with a Smile Customer Care consultant whenever you need to. The MySmile App is a free App that can be downloaded on any Android or iOS mobile phone. Customers can log into the MySmile App, using the same credential as they use to access the MySmile Portal (SmileNumber/Username and Password). Share Post Over Half World’s Population Now Using Mobile Internet- Report GSMA Research Shows 3.4 Billion People Do Not Use Mobile Internet Despite Living in Areas with Mobile Broadband Coverage Share Post Photo Credit: GSMA website On Tuesday at the MWC Africa in Kigali, Rwanda, the GSMA launched its global State of Mobile Internet Connectivity Report 2021 showing that, despite the COVID-19 pandemic, more than half of the world’s population is now using the mobile internet. Mobile internet usage translates to just over 4 billion connected people,  225 million more compared to 2019, and up from a third of people globally just six years ago. Even with this impressive growth in mobile internet connectivity, both in terms of mobile internet coverage and usage, the report highlights that work must accelerate to bridge the digital divide. Of the 3.8 billion people who remain unconnected, only 450 million people do not live in areas with mobile broadband coverage, (“the coverage gap”). The coverage gap represents a significant improvement year on year. The far bigger challenge is the 3.4 billion people who live in areas that are already covered by mobile broadband, but are not using it, (“the usage gap”). The report examines trends in the coverage and usage of mobile internet over the last six years and identifies the key barriers to mobile internet adoption. It also looks at the early impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and the most significant regional effects. Finally, it makes recommendations to help close the digital divide and ensure greater access to mobile internet connectivity. “The COVID-19 pandemic made clear the importance of mobile internet access to people’s lives and livelihoods and has accelerated the digital transformation around the world. “Mobile is the primary and often the only way to access the internet in low- and middle-income countries. While more people than ever are now using the mobile internet, some fundamental barriers stop far too many people from using mobile internet.

  • When was TOGO founded?

    TOGO was founded in 2015.

  • Where is TOGO's headquarters?

    TOGO's headquarters is located at Room 1401, 14 / F, Block B, Jiatai International Building, Beijing.

  • What is TOGO's latest funding round?

    TOGO's latest funding round is Series B - III.

  • How much did TOGO raise?

    TOGO raised a total of $67.64M.

  • Who are the investors of TOGO?

    Investors of TOGO include ZhenFund, SIG Asia Investments, Kaixin Capital, Crescent Point Group, SIG and 3 more.

  • Who are TOGO's competitors?

    Competitors of TOGO include Socar and 8 more.

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