Walmart will not only deliver your groceries but its InHome delivery service will make sure the goodies get into a fridge as well… whether in a home or a garage.
The service kicks off today for customers in Kansas City, Pittsburgh and Vero Beach, Florida, according to a TechCrunch report. Those areas are the initial launch for InHome, which requires an app, security device and subscription commitment.
The service costs $19.95 a month and provides free unlimited deliveries. Those delivering items live stream their activity to customers via the InHome app. Customers need devices from either Level Home and Nortek Security & Control for smart front door and garage door access. Walmart service associates use a code and the InHome app to access a garage or home. The service does offer a free trial period, noted TechCrunch, and there is … Retail Customer Experience