Oct 30, 2010

Subways Marriage with the iPhone...eeww


Yay, now in new zealand you can order your favourite subway lunch using your iPhone!!, hazzar!!, could it get any better?

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It’s a world first for SUBWAY® restaurants, is making ordering your favourite SUBWAY® meal a whole lot easier, and is currently the most downloaded free iPhone application in New Zealand.
Developed right here in Aotearoa, SUBWAY® New Zealand is the first country in the world to launch the innovative new SUBWAY Express™ iPhone application.
Created by New Zealand mobile technology development company Altaine, the SUBWAY Express™ iPhone application allows customers to order with ease using a highly-specialised system installed on iPhones or iPod Touches.

I know you yanks and euros are jealous of our amazing leaps in technology, so here i am reveling in glory!!

33 comments:

  1. haha.awesome.sandwiches on iphone

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  2. Subway is dope! That's a pretty decent app. Most pizza places have apps similair to that, but that's the first I've heard about subway. It'd be nice if all resturants had an app like that, and delivery drivers. Ha, that'd make life easier. :)

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  3. Well i guess it saves time... give it like 10 years and all the franchises will have apps like this.

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  4. i wonder if i can order pizza on an ipod..

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  5. That sounds like a cool idea. It should be applied to more services!

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  6. Yeah, I concur with Anonfourtwenty, in some years everybody will have an ordering app

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  7. Yeah I know a lot of pizza places that have apps around where I live. But Subway would be healthier at least!! Lol

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  8. Oh man! this would save so much time and not allow them to make a mistake :D

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  9. Too bad i do not have an iphone :D

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  10. Same here.. don't have one :/

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  11. how is that nasty?
    subway is gooood!

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  12. damn, that's nice! Burgers on your phone! =D

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