Domino's now accepts Google Wallet as payment for pizza

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If you happen to like pizza and paying for things with your phone—and frankly, who doesn't like convenience?—today is certainly your day.

Domino's announced that it has begun accepting payments through Google Wallet via its Android app. You'll have access to all of your debit cards, credit cards, and loyalty cards from within the app, just as you're deciding whether to go with the Philly Cheese Steak Pizza or Pacific Vegetarian Pizza.

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The company is also offering a free order of Domino's Specialty Chicken with orders of $10 or more, so if indulgence is your thing make sure your Google Wallet account is set up. It should be noted that this news applies to online orders through the app and doesn't mention orders made at the register at brick-and-mortar locations.

Domino's is following along with the recent trend of restaurants and retailers that now accept mobile payments, including GNC, Five Guys, Quiznos, and Toys R Us. Other companies, like PayPal, have branched out on their own to offer mobile payments through their services at places like coffee shops and juice bars. Just look at the number of mobile payment apps available in the Google Play store. This isn't a fad that's going away any time soon. 

This story, "Domino's now accepts Google Wallet as payment for pizza" was originally published by Greenbot.

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