This follows a launch in May last year from a single store in Wolverhampton, which offered fast delivery for a flat fee of £5.
The service, which is now available at 115 stores, offers a range of 1,700 Tesco products including groceries and household essentials.
According to Tesco chief executive Ken Murphy, the delivery option will be available at 200 stores by the end of next month.
On the Big 4 grocers Christmas trading call, Murphy said it is a “mission” on what customers now want.
“It’s a truly incremental mission, and whether it’s taking from other missions is hard to tell, but we do think it’s somewhere that we need to be, and we need to have a good quality proposition that fits into our overall proposition, to make sure that customers can shop us wherever, whenever, and however they want.
“So all of a sudden you could be offering a much larger shopping trip in a much shorter time frame than we currently do.
Murphy said despite of Whoosh’s one-hour delivery promise, most orders will arrive within 30 minutes.
The news comes as reported a rise in profits stronger than expected Christmas sales, attributing a focus on value for claiming its highest share in four years during the festive season.
The Big 4 grocer reported a 2.7% rise in like-for-like sales for its UK and Ireland business during the six weeks to 8 January compared to the same period last year, when sales were boosted by stricter Covid-19 restrictions.