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  • Uber goes into on-demand delivery
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Uber goes into on-demand delivery

Don’t you hate it when you run out of toilet roll? Or when the batteries die in the remote control? When you realise you’re out of condoms? Well never fear, because Uber’s home delivery service – UberEssentials – delivers all these and more, directly to your door.

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