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Hungry? Order Domino’s Pizza from your BlackBerry

Its Friday! Pizza Day for a lot of people and how convenient is it that one of our readers, Tashanna (thanks!), has informed us that Pizza Hut now has some competition in the mobile ordering game! Domino’s has now decided to give customers the opportunity to order items off their menus straight from our BlackBerrys via text messaging.

I decided to check it out since I happen to like Domino’s. First visit the Domino’s website and register for their mobile ordering. You will then receive a text message with the link for their mobile site. You can also just go to mobile.dominos.com but you must register at their website to be able to place an order.

Once you receive this text, follow the link to their mobile ordering site. Then you can find a store for a walk-in or place an order or delivery or carry-out.

Then enter your username and password that you used when registering at the Domino’s website. Place your order, and voila, pizza at your door in about 30 mins.

You can use online coupons through the mobile site and even build your own pizza all via your web browser. I gave it a try and I have to admit that it’s a lot more detailed in its ordering than Pizza Hut. You can build your own delicious pizza starting with the crust and working your way up to sides, desserts and even drinks. That is just way too many screenshots to post. You’ll have to definitely check this one out! Register for Domino’s mobile ordering at Dominos.com. Happy Pizza Day!

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  1. Neato!

    Too bad Domino’s Pizza tastes like gritty cardboard with corn syrup tomato sauce on it…

  2. Lol. Well I guess its all a matter of taste buds! Pizza Hut’s mobile ordering isn’t nearly as extensive as this.

  3. This is retarted. Why wouldn’t you just dial the number and have one of these zit faced teens take your order that way. They already have most of your info on file if you have ordered once and it will take even less effort than this stupid text feature website. Who wants to race because I can promis my way will win.

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