Walmart’s InHome grocery Delivery now available to about one million customers in US

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October 16, 2019, 12:24 PM UTC

Customers to pay $19.95 each month for the service and $49.95 for a smart device.

Walmart’s InHome grocery delivery service will now be available to one million customers across Pittsburgh, Kansas City and Vero Beach, Florida in the US. Consumer can get groceries delivered to either the kitchen or the garage fridge.

Investment required is $49.95 for a smart device and $19.95 per month for the service with a free first pilot month. Walmart associates will open the smartlocks and put the groceries in the consumer’s fridge and freezer.

They will have a camera on them that lets customers supervise the deliveries. Bart Stein, SVP of membership and InHome states, “It is a natural complement to our existing suite of grocery options, from shopping in store to Grocery Pickup and Delivery, including our recently expanded Delivery Unlimited membership.”

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