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Dial-a-Delivery Now Has A Mobile App. Order That Pizza From Your Smartphone

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There are days when you just don’t feel like cooking but because you also don’t feel like being in a queue you end up cooking anyway. Dial-a-Delivery has always had a mobile line you could call whenever you wanted to make calls but now they are turning up the heat and launching a mobile application.

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The Dial-a-Delivery application is available on both Android and iOS and I’m sure it will offer some welcomed convenience. We all know how weird call-ins can get and the last time I tried to use Dial-a-Delivery, I didn’t have the greatest experience as I had to actually direct the assistant – which was kind of tedious. Oh, and being put on hold is something else that is quite frustrating especially if you’re calling a number that isn’t toll-free. That’s all going out of the window.

Being able to actually use my location to order and having all the menus in one place will definitely be a relief. Remembering every singles person order and making sure you don’t make a mistake and hoping that whoever is on the end of that call also doesn’t make a mistake was also quite terrifying.

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Sometimes less human interaction is for the better and the Dial-a-Delivery (DaD) app will ensure you’re getting your stuff without having to worry about much else. You can expect a comprehensive review of the DaD application soon.

3 thoughts on “Dial-a-Delivery Now Has A Mobile App. Order That Pizza From Your Smartphone

  1. An app… that would be handy I guess but OH MY GAD, that slow service!! I could walk to the nearest innscor foodcourt, join the queue, get my order and eat there, walk home and wait another 20 minutes before DAD arrives! If this app doesn’t do anything to improve delivery times then its just putting lipstick on a sow.

  2. “…Dial-a-Delivery has always had a mobile line you could call whenever you wanted to make calls..”, you may want to correct this

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