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Amazon will soon drop off packages inside your garage to prevent them from being swiped.
At the Consumer Electronics Show on Monday, the tech titan said it'll give users the option to let deliverymen inside their garage to leave a package.
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It's part of Amazon Key, now rebranded to Key By Amazon, which allows deliverymen to drop off packages inside a user's home, car trunk and, now, their garage.
Although Key is expanding to garages, Amazon says it isn't ending its Key for Home delivery service, which was considered creepy by some consumers.
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Key for Home was launched in October 2017 as a way to get packages delivered securely inside your home.
For $249.99 (£190), Amazon Key gives users a smart door lock, a Cloud Cam security camera and access to the Amazon Key app to view live footage of their door, view notifications of when their door is locked or unlocked and use two-way audio.
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As part of the service, subscribers of Amazon Prime, the firm's free, two-day shipping program, can also take advantage of in-home delivery.
This allows deliverymen to open your door, put a package inside, and then lock the door.
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Key for Garage works the same way, but users will need to purchase a Chamberlain smart control hub, which costs $80, and lets deliverymen open...
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