Today’s tech news: Amazon expands its in-store counter service


Amazon is making it simpler than at any other time to get your bundles with the dispatch of its in-store Counter pickup service in the US in more than 100 Rite Aid stores.

Counter works also to Amazon’s current Locker administration it enables clients to choose the store where they need their bundles transported, yet as opposed to being kept in a storage, the bundles will be sent to their neighborhood store where clients can lift them up from a Rite Aid staff member. At the point when the bundle lands at the store, clients will be messaged a scanner tag, which they’ll examine in store to get their bundle.

You can just get bundles from a Rite Aid, and Counter isn’t a piece of the in-store return program that Amazon is beginning with Kohl’s in July.

At the present time, Amazon is taking off Counter to more than 100 Rite Aid stores, and it expects to achieve 1,500 Rite Aids before the years over. The organization says that it’s likewise “effectively hoping to bring extra accomplices locally available,” as well.

Amazon recently propelled Counter in the UK with NEXT stores and in Italy with Giunti Al Punto Librerie, FermoPoint, and SisalPay areas, and the accomplishment of the program abroad drove the organization to extend it to the US.

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