Walmart Begins In-Store Locker Delivery

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4:08 PM EST March 27th, 2013

Walmart has announced that they will launch a program allowing consumers to have online orders delivered to various in-store lockers, reports TechCrunch.

Goods delivered to the lockers can be picked up anytime within a two-week timeframe by customers. Amazon set up a similar physical locker system in mid-2012, while Google has recently purchased locker company Bufferbox.

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