The MarketPlace launches in-store wi-fi
Don't you hate it when you find the perfect recipe online, but leave your shopping list at home?
The Marketplace customers can quickly retrieve the recipe using the free wi-fi now available in all store locations including PriceRite and Sears.
A store spokesman said it was all part of their commitment to better service their customers.
“We anticipate customers to use it to search for recipes while shopping,” said the spokesman. “They might use it to read product reviews while shopping. Families with young children shopping together can keep the children occupied.”
To access the wi-fi, a customer should look for and click or tap on the wi-fi service on their wireless-enabled devise, choose “TheMarketPlace” network and register once with their e-mail address.
Seth Stutzman, president of The MarketPlace, said: “Connectivity is an important part of the customer experience. We understand how important it is to research products and recipes, compare details, and check ratings and reviews before making a purchase.
“To make this even easier to do, we are pleased to have introduced free wi-fi access throughout our stores. As a bonus, once a customer has registered for the wi-fi they can sign-up to be one of the first to receive notifications about our weekly specials and offers.”