Google launched its own delivery service

    Not so long ago, I wrote that Google was about to launch a delivery service. By design, this should be a service that competes with Amazon Prime and other similar services. Since the publication of the news, not so much time has passed, and the delivery service of the Corporation “Good” really worked.

    So far, the delivery service, called Google Shopping Express, operates only in San Francisco. And then, not for all residents, but only for those who live near the bay, with the same name. Now the goods are delivered on the same day that the order was placed.

    The most interesting thing is that for six months the service will be free for customers. These six months, the service will be improved, and the shortcomings will be eliminated. After 6 months of the test (open), the delivery service will work at full strength, but, of course, you will have to pay for it. According to some media reports, Google Shopping Express customers will need to pay about 64-69 dollars a year. This is just somewhere at Amazon Prime.

    Now companies like Target, Office Depot, Staples, Toys 'R' Us, Blue Bottle Coffee and some other companies are already cooperating with the corporation and its delivery service. Of course, Google will have to try very hard to make its service popular. But with the resources of the corporation and its capabilities, one can expect that everything will work out.

    Via techcrunch

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