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Amazon Makes Grocery Delivery Free for its Prime Members

Currently, the service is available in over 2,000 cities across the US

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Amazon Prime members who might be interested in trying this out for the first time will have to sign up and wait for an invite. Pixabay

Amazon Fresh, which was previously available for $14.99 per month, is now free for Prime members who have previously used the grocery-delivery service.

With this, one would be able to get Amazon Fresh and Whole Foods Market grocery deliveries free of charge.

Prime members who might be interested in trying this out for the first time will have to sign up and wait for an invite.

Currently, the service is available in over 2,000 cities across the US.

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Amazon Fresh, which was previously available for $14.99 per month, is now free for Prime members who have previously used the grocery-delivery service. Pixabay

“Prime members love the convenience of free grocery delivery on Amazon, which is why we’ve made Amazon Fresh a free benefit of Prime, saving customers $14.99 per month. Grocery delivery is one of the fastest growing businesses at Amazon, and we think this will be one of the most-loved Prime benefits,” Stephenie Landry, VP of Grocery Delivery said in a statement.

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“In addition to eliminating the $14.99/month fee, we have also improved delivery speed with one and two-hour options in most Amazon Fresh cities, and we’ll continue expanding ultrafast speeds to all cities where the service is available,” he added. (IANS)

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Now Google Pay Offers UPI Recharge Option For FASTag Users

FASTag is an electronic toll collection system, operated by the National Highway Authority of India

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According to the company, to recharge their FASTag accounts, users need to open their Google Pay app, look for the FASTag category under the "Bill Payments" section and select the bank that has issued their FASTag. Wikimedia Commons

In a bid to help its users recharge their FASTag accounts faster, Google Pay on Monday announced that it has added a new Unified Payments Interface (UPI) feature that will let them link FASTag accounts to the Google Pay app and recharge and track their payments.

According to the company, to recharge their FASTag accounts, users need to open their Google Pay app, look for the FASTag category under the “Bill Payments” section and select the bank that has issued their FASTag.

“On the next screen, enter your vehicle number and proceed to pay with your bank account. Users can also check their FASTag account balance for FASTags issued by supported banks with the tap of a button,” the company said in a statement.

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In a bid to help its users recharge their FASTag accounts faster, Google Pay on Monday announced that it has added a new Unified Payments Interface (UPI) feature that will let them link FASTag accounts to the Google Pay app and recharge and track their payments. Wikimedia Commons

FASTag is an electronic toll collection system, operated by the National Highway Authority of India.

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It employs Radio Frequency Identification technology for making toll payments directly from the prepaid or savings account linked to it or directly toll owner. (IANS)

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