Domino’s Pizza and Google have teamed up to promote their own mutual interests, by providing customers with the option to purchase their Domino’s meals via Google Wallet when using the Android App. This option may seem trivial, but did we mention that any customer with a purchase of $10 of more using Google Wallet receives a free Pizza Chicken, Domino’s new fried-chicken-pizza hybrid dish that is sure to tickle all of your taste buds fancy. Do we have your attention now?
This new partnership further supports Domino’s plan to take over the digital dimension of pizza delivery. This streamlined purchasing system is perfect for Android users, however, Apple users are out of luck, for now, as iTunes credits are not a feasible payment source.
Google Wallet intends to compete with, and hopefully replace, systems such as PayPal, by offering the same services at improved rates, speeds, and costs (Google Wallet is currently free of charge, but we will see how long that lasts). Google Wallet is even working on implementing a “Buy with Google” button to appear on many purchase pages: this button is a direct competitor of the PayPal “Buy Now” button that has become ubiquitous on the internet market.
This partnership with Domino’s could be the ground-breaker that Google has been looking for to really launch off Google Wallet; yet, at the same time, failure of Google Wallet in this product launch could spell disaster for the endeavor entirely.
So, if anything, try the Google Wallet purchasing system just to check out what all the hype is about this fried-chicken-pizza hybrid meal, because I think we are all a bit confused, and yet gluttonously intrigued, by what this combination results in.
Sources: The Wire