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Amazon launches a Prime Now website

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Amazon's Prime Now expedited delivery service finally has a standalone website. It was previously accessible only through a mobile app, but now Prime subscribers -- those who live in areas where the one- to two-hour delivery option is available, at least -- can access the service on their computers. The company didn't integrate the option into their own e-commerce portal, but all customers have to do is go to PrimeNow.com, enter their zip codes and shop.

The service's vice president, Stephanie Landry, said in a statement: "We have expanded the service rapidly over the last year to new cities and customers told us that they would want the option to shop on a browser as well as mobile -- so we're excited to expand the shopping experience to www.primenow.com."

Since the service comes with people's Prime subscription, they can avail of two-hour deliveries for free. In case they're in immediate need of beauty products, or any of the health and household items available through Prime now, however, they can pay for one-hour delivery for $8.

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