Walmart is taking home delivery one step further by launching a service that will allow employees to bring groceries inside your home and stock your fridge. Look out Amazon! The debut of this new service called InHome was just introduced Wednesday, and the first markets to receive this futuristic home-delivery service are Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; and Vero Beach, Florida.
Unlike traditional e-commerce orders where delivered groceries could rot on your doorstep before you make it home, InHome is Walmart’s solution to transported fresh and frozen groceries.
Although the advanced idea seems convenient, to answer the obvious security questions, Walmart InHome associates will be required to wear vests that feature live-streaming so customers can watch the delivery in real time. According to Walmart, the vests and live-streaming camera sends video of the delivery right to the customer’s device. If the camera doesn’t turn on, the door or garage supposedly won’t unlock.
Customers in these markets can subscribe to InHome for $19.95 per month.
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