Posted September 06, 2018 09:06:52Amazon.com (AMZN) has launched a new service called Amazon Flexibility Delivery that lets customers shop online without having to worry about getting a delivery truck or delivery person.
Amazon Flexible delivery is a service that allows customers to pick up their goods from Amazon’s fulfillment centers, deliver them to their door, and then have their orders shipped back to them on their own, said Jim Kagan, Amazon’s executive vice president of business development and head of Amazon Flexibly Delivery.
The company is offering the service at $99 per year and customers can use it to pick items up, deliver and deliver to their doorstep, he said in a press release.
It’s a service Amazon is launching on the web and mobile platforms to help people shop more efficiently.
The service is a complement to Amazon Prime Now, Amazon Fresh, Amazon Flex, and Amazon Prime Day, Kagan said.
Prime Now allows customers with Amazon Prime membership to receive a one-time payment of $99, which is credited to their Amazon account for the next 30 days.
The service has been available on Amazon Prime since April.
Amazon Prime Now is a program that lets people save money on items and pay a monthly fee for additional products.
It was launched in June and was meant to be available to all Prime members, but the service has only been available to Prime members.
Prime Now is available in about 250 countries.
Amazon said Prime Now offers a variety of benefits.
The program allows Prime members to buy and add items to their Prime account and pay for the products when they shop, and Prime members can cancel their membership and receive the credit back.
Amazon also has a free app called Prime App for iPhone and Android, which lets Prime members control shopping with their phones.
Prime customers also can subscribe to Prime Video, which offers movies and TV shows for $9.99 per month.
Prime members can also access a variety more free apps and services that offer Prime members a variety options for the Prime service.
Amazon says Prime members also get free two-day shipping for the first $35, a 20% discount on eligible Prime membership purchases, and a $50 credit toward eligible Prime purchases.