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Amazon to start restaurant deliveries in London

The order will be delivered for free if it is over 15 Pounds ($20) and the service will be available only in some parts of London. Photograph: (Getty)

WION London, United Kingdom Sep 07, 2016, 09.17 AM (IST)
Amazon, the world's largest Internet-based retailer, said it would start delivering food from restaurants direct to customers, Reuters reported today. The service, however, will be available only in some parts of London.

The "Amazon Restaurants" service would be available only to customers registered under its Prime delivery scheme, the retail giant said in a statement today. The order will be delivered for free if its over 15 Pounds ($20).

Amazon is the newest entrant to the food delivery service which caters to a consumer base completely reliant on companies which do not charge a registeration fee.

Companies like Just Eats, UberEats and Deliveroo have no registration fees and are a common sight on the streets of London, according to Business Insider UK.

(WION)


 
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