IGD CONVENTION: Asda rolls out click-and-collect, in-store wifi
By Dean Best | 10 October 2012
Asda is to open more click-and-collect locations across the UK and provide free in-store wifi at all its stores as part of its bid to tap into changing consumer habits.
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