Wal-Mart and Procter & Gamble have teamed to put virtual pop-up shops into 50 Toronto bus shelters for four weeks, giving commuters a chance to shop for diapers, detergent and other P&G products while they wait for the bus. Shoppers use their smartphones to scan QR codes to make a purchase, and the goods will be delivered to their homes for free.
Wal-Mart turns Toronto bus shelters into virtual shops
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