Same Day Cell Delivery

Same day cell delivery

Many delivery companies around the world are experimenting with same day shipping to varying degrees of success. To some, the increased potential for future revenue enhancement and name recognition will offset any additional costs that fees for such services might not completely cover. For one particular company, venturing into same day delivery will help enhance the customer experience for its traditionally non-shipping based business.

Launched in 2013, Verizon introduced a same day delivery service in five test cities for customers ordering a new smart phone or tablet PC. Recently, the company expanded that offering to include eight additional locations.

Customers who order an item from Verizon’s website by 10 a.m. will have the option to receive it by 7 p.m. Monday through Friday that same day at a cost of $19.99. Ordering next day delivery will shave $5 off that price tag.

In a world where more individuals are relying on instant digital access through mobile technology, having the ability to receive a needed piece of wireless hardware as quickly as possible could become a key component of success in business, school, and home life.

Do you think more non-shipping companies will look into providing their own delivery services to internally enhance as much of the customer experience as possible?


1 Comment

  1. Jonn

     /  April 10, 2014

    With the prices that Fedex and UPS charge, heck yeah. As long as USPS stays reasonable though, I think fewer businesses will go off on their own to offer in-house shipping.

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