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Pizza Hut Offers Text Message and Mobile Web Ordering

Pizza Hut Offers Text Message and Mobile Web Ordering
Just cause you don't want to bother to call up the local national pizza chain doesn't mean you shouldn't be able to get it delivered to your doorstep. Or at least we don't think so, and it seems the big three pizza chains agree. Pizza Hut is the latest to offer mobile and web text messaging, while Domino's began offering ordering via a mobile website in September (to some locations).

Pizza Hut, starting today, will offer ordering for its 6,200 outlets via a mobile website on web-enabled phones or via text message for those without a data plan. Those in New York can get better pizza on just about every street corner, but it's hard to beat such a convenience.

From the Consumerist

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