The extraordinary service from the e-commerce major, Amazon Prime, is set to turn out to be more costly beginning from October 31, 2017. Rolled out at an initial cost of Rs 499, the service will be obtainable with a price tag of Rs 999 post October 31. The firm is running the banner of this declaration on its official site. Service for Amazon Prime presently comprises 4 benefits for Prime members: Amazon Prime Video, early deliveries, Amazon Family, and discounts & deals. It also conducts Prime Day where they provide early access of schemes ahead of its sale of Great Indian Festival for Prime users. Amazon presently has 11 Million goods below Prime. Almost 40% of orders now arrive from Prime users.
Presently, Amazon declared that it will roll out a new service named as Amazon Key, which will allow people let the door to be open when they are not there so goods can be delivered. Users who need to use the facility might require being members of Amazon Prime and might have to purchase a Wi-Fi-connected lock and a camera from the Seattle-located firm that begins at $250. Users will then be allowed to select in-home delivery as an alternative in the app of the company. When the delivery associate arrives, they will scan the package and knock. Amazon will make certain that the person is at the correct home and open the door. No keys or codes are required, and the indoor camera will capture the process of in-home delivery.
The Amazon Cloud Cam also allows consumers watch a recorded video or livestream on Fire TV, Fire tablet, or voice-activated Echo gadgets of Amazon that have a video display. Amazon.com claimed that in-home delivery will be accessible from November 8, 2017, in 37 cities in the U.S., conspiring Cleveland, Atlanta, and Denver. The firm claims that the service is wrapped by the Amazon Key Happiness Guarantee, which implies to delivery property damage, issues, or theft. And Amazon claimed that the deliveries are executed out by drivers who are investigated with driving record reviews as well as background checks.