It hardly seems likely that anyone is going to run out of toilet paper but there will obviously be other things that people need while they’re confined to their homes. On the other hand, very few people will need a cab to get from A to B. So Thinkerbell and 13cabs have launched 13things, a 24/7 “instant” delivery service.
Jim Ingram, chief tinker, Thinkerbell, commented, “Now is not the time to be playing with the kerning of the 13cabs logo. It’s a time to work with the brand on genuine innovation and solutions that will help during this time. We’re incredibly proud to have played a part in making this happen.”
Rebecca Fyson, head of marketing, 13cabs, added, “We’re proud to bring this innovative addition to our customers, as we help our all Australians continue living as normally as possible. By launching 13things today, we hope to give our Australian community piece of mind that they’ll be able to access all the things, like essential medicines and groceries they require while adjusting to these unusual circumstances. We’re also finding a large B2B demand for the new service that 13things will provide as well, with food deliveries for cafes and restaurants.”
Australians can either book a parcel delivery via the 13cabs app, the dedicated www.13things.com.au or by calling the 24/7 local customer support team on 13 2227.
Once a delivery order is placed with 13things, the average pick up time for a parcel is 10 minutes. There’s no surge charge – ever.
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Introducing 13things – 13cabs has expanded it’s essential services to include ‘No – Touch’ parcel deliveries.⠀ ⠀ Need to fill up your pantry? Try 13things. Need some medicines delivered? Try 13things.⠀ ⠀ 13things, your new delivery service available at www.13things.com.au (Link in bio!)