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Order Domino's pizza through Twitter

Order Domino's pizza through Twitter

American Domino's Pizza customers can now place their order through Twitter. Send the order to the Domino's account and it will be processed and if that is too much trouble, one can simply use the pizza icon.


Customers that want to use this service will first need to register on Domino's Pizza's website. If desired, they can create an Easy Order, which they can then place as an order over and over again. That particular process can now be replicated through Twitter.


A customer merely has to use the #EasyOrder hashtag or send the pizza emoji to @Dominos. Customers will then get a private message on Twitter detailing the order and once they confirm, the order will be processed.


Domino's Pizza says it is very proud of its new service and claims it has now cut down the time to order to an absolute minimum.

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