Wolt adds two-shekel fee to deliveries under NIS 250


Wolt delivery service will be adding a two-shekel “operation fee” to orders, the company announced on Wednesday.

This fee will now be added to orders that are below NIS 250 and not being picked up by the customer.

The company said that the price of operating the company has risen globally and that the extra fee is being activated in every country where the company works.

“The operation fee is intended for the development of our technological product,” said Wolt. “It’s so that we can continue to upgrade the service experience at Wolt.”

A courier working with Wolt, a meal delivery app service, rides a scooter as he delivers an order from a restaurant, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) crisis, in Tel Aviv, Israel July 9, 2020. (credit: REUTERS/AMIR COHEN)

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