In the end of 2014 Amazon rolled out its super fast delivery service and app, Prime Now, on Manhattan. Since then it has expanded the service to 17 US metropolitan areas, but also to London and Birmingham in the UK.
Now, Amazon has launched its one-hour delivery service in Milan, Italy. Which means that the city's Prime-members can bring home their purchases from the marketplace for free on the same day, or within one hour if they are willing to pay 6.90 euros.
Available for 15 000 Products
Amazon announced the launch on its Italian website earlier this week and to be able to use the Prime Now service the order must exceed 19 euros. The e-commerce giant also says that the service can be used to order more than 15 000 products, which also includes food.
At the moment Prime Now is only available in Milan, and its surrounding areas, but we suspect Amazon already has plans to expand the service to additional cities in Italy.