Now You Can Order Pizza With the Push of a Button
What if you want to order pizza but don't want to go through the hassle of using a website or calling? Now you can order pizza from Domino's Pizza with just the push of a button thanks to PiePal, "the easiest and fastest way to order a pizza."
Domino's was already ahead of the competition digitally, with a website that gets more traffic than those of competitors Papa John's Pizza and Yum! Brands' Pizza Hut. Two months ago, Domino's launched an "Easy Order" option to enable customers to place an order in as few as five clicks and 30 seconds.
Now with PiePal, you'll be able to order with just the push of a button. The only way it could possibly be faster is if there was a pizza psychic who delivered your pie right when you first got a craving.
Created by iStrategyLabs, PiePal connects with your Domino's account through Wi-Fi and enables you to order your preselected favorite type of pizza. You can see how it works in the following video.
In a culture obsessed with instant gratification, this is sure to be a hit. If you want to find out more, you can sign up to be a beta tester here.
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