Saturday, March 11, 2017


Amazon has started to roll out the first new language on Amazon.com since its original site's creation over 20 years ago.

A spokeswoman for the Seattle online retailer told CNET on Thursday that the website has begun adding Spanish. Users will be able to toggle between English and Spanish on the site, a new feature now being rolled out to US customers.
"We are constantly exploring and testing new ways to provide customers with a shopping experience that conveniently meets their needs," the spokeswoman said in a statement.
Amazon on Tuesday announced it launched its Prime subscription service to Mexico, letting customers there sign up for unlimited shipping for about $46 a year.

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