Amazon doesn’t just want to dominate online shopping, it also wants to become the number one way you receive all your packages, regardless of who sent them. Proof of that comes in the form of Amazon Hub, which launched this week.
We’ve all become accustomed to seeing Amazon Lockers appearing in public locations. They offer a secure, self-service kiosk from which to retrieve Amazon orders. With the launch of Hub, Amazon is expanding the kiosk idea to include residential buildings and all packages sent by anyone, not just Amazon.
Hub is aimed at residential buildings housing many people, with the Hub hooked up in a shared, public area so it is accessible by all residence. It will accept deliveries from any carriers and store each package securely until a resident is ready to collect it. Opening the appropriate Hub box requires entering a code, which can be sent to
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