Walmart Mexico is now accepting WhatsApp delivery requests. The messaging app is immensely popular and integrating into a delivery service that provides increased convenience to its customers. The system works by users sending their order to a phone number that is owned by Walmart. Users can also write handwritten notes, if they prefer to not type.
Superma is a Walmart-owned chain of grocery stores, and it is charging $2.55 USD for the service. Delivery is expected around 90 minutes, or users can pay $2.03 for a longer delivery time period. Users are able to pay either with cash or by card. The company already has a delivery service through its website and app. However, integrating WhatsApp into its delivery service may provide increased convenience.
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