Amazon launches Prime service in UK

Nov 7, 2007 | Uncategorized

Amazon UK has followed its US and Japanese equivalents with the launch of its Prime service, writes New Media Age. The service costs £49 per year and provides unlimited free one-day delivery with no minimum order. In addition customers in London and Birmingham can get discounts on same-day delivery on orders made before 11.30am. Amazon […]

Amazon UK has followed its US and Japanese equivalents with the launch of its Prime service, writes New Media Age. The service costs £49 per year and provides unlimited free one-day delivery with no minimum order. In addition customers in London and Birmingham can get discounts on same-day delivery on orders made before 11.30am.
Amazon placed strong Q3 results with net sales up 41% to $3.26bn (from $2.31bn in 2006). Net income grew to $80m (from $19m the year before). Overall sales were boosted by the release of the latest Harry Potter book, with Amazon selling 2.5m copies.
From New Media Age: http://www.nma.co.uk, 06/11/2007
Amazon UK: http://www.amazon.co.uk

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