|January 7, 2015|
|One-Hour Delivery Comes To New York City for Amazon Prime Users|
|By Chris Crum|
Amazon announced the launch of a new delivery service called Prime Now. It's launching in New York City (specifically select areas of Manhattan) for now, and offers one-hour delivery on items through a mobile app.
Actually, Prime members will still have to pay $7.99 for one-hour (or less) delivery, but it also offers two-hour delivery for free. The Prime Now options are only available between the hours of 6AM and midnight (seven days a week). The app lets you track the courier's location.
We recently learned that Amazon was using bike messengers for package delivery. Well, that was for this:
Prime Now is yet another perk for Amazon Prime members [...]
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