Do you shop with Amazon.com?
Retail in Britain is changing. Major chains are going out of business, online is growing fast. The biggest and most prominent online retailer is Amazon.com. So let's find out how much we use Amazon, what we think of them (and whether we've bought into other parts of the Amazon lifestyle, like the famous voice-controlled speaker).
Do you shop with Amazon?
Amazon.com launched in July 1995 and came to the UK in 1999, starting with books but eventually expanding to, well, everything. Are you a customer?
Several times per week
Once per week
Two or three times per month
Once per month
A few times per year
How long have you been an Amazon customer?
Amazon is no longer a newcomer. Are you a recent convert or a veteran?
Less than a year
One to two years
three to five years
Six to 10 years
Over 10 years
What do you buy from Amazon?
There's not much that Amazon doesn't sell now - either directly from their own warehouses or via third party merchants.
CDs, DVDs, video games and other entertainment
Household goods, outdoor and furniture
Clothing and fashion
Electronics and gadgets
Kindle ebooks or Audible audiobooks
Streaming movies and TV
Business services (like Amazon's cloud services)
How much do you spend with Amazon?
Remember, we're not asking for your details so your answers are all anonymous.
Under £20 per month
£21 to £50 per month
£51 to £100 per month
£101 to £200 per month
Over £200 per month
Do you pay for Amazon Prime membership?
Amazon Prime costs £79/year or £7.99/month and gets members free delivery on many products as well as access to lots of free content - movies, audiobooks and Kindle books, for instance.
Yes - monthly
Yes - annually
Do you buy groceries from Amazon?
Amazon Fresh is Amazon's supermarket grocery delivery service. It includes groceries from Amazon, Morrison's and, more recently, Whole Foods.
Tried it but haven't gone back
Do you use Amazon's Prime Now app?
The app provides access to groceries and some of Amazon's huge range of other products. In Radlett you can get delivery within one hour. Deliveries are made by contractors using their own cars and the app shows you exactly where your driver is as they head your way.
Tried it but haven't gone back
Do you have an Amazon Echo?
There are now four models of voice-controlled Amazon Echo, including one with a camera for your bedroom. Seriously. Users say they're life-changing, while others think having a device quietly recording your voice all the time is a privacy nightmare. Do you have one?
An original Amazon Echo
A compact Echo Dot
An Echo Show (with a screen and a camera)
Another model (like the new Echo Spot)
There's more than one Echo in our house
I'm thinking about it
Think I'll pass this time
No way, it's just too creepy
What's your attitude to Amazon?
Amazon is a powerful, well-funded and aggressive business, provoking strong feelings, both for and against. Where do you sit?
Very negative - they're a bunch of tax-evaders undermining UK retailers and trashing labour standards
Quite negative - I'm not comfortable with their market power but will use them occasionally
Neutral - they're neither good nor bad - just another retailer
Quite positive - I like the convenience and will regularly use them
Very positive - I've become completely dependent
Do you work for Amazon?
Amazon's delivery drivers use their own cars and work flexible hours - like Uber drivers. Anyone with a suitable car can sign up and, if they pass the background check, can choose to work in four-hour blocks, using a mobile app. Have you tried it?
Thinking about it
Tell us what you think of Amazon
This question is optional. Write your opinion here - about Amazon's customer service, the effect on other retailers, casualisation of warehouse and delivery workers or anything else.
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