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Hungry Jack's introduces Apple Pay to online ordering platforms

Apple Pay has been a payment method at more than 400 Hungry Jack’s restaurants nationally for the past years.

Hungry Jack’s announced it has introduced Apple Pay to its online ordering platforms amidst growing demand for off-premise transactions.

The move allows customers to use Apple Pay on iPhone, iPad, and Mac to make purchases in apps or on the web in Safari without having to create additional accounts or repeatedly type in financial and billing information and avoids handing their payment card to someone else, touching physical buttons or exchanging cash.

“Providing our customers with convenience is at the core of what we do at Hungry Jack’s, and we’re excited to be launching Apple Pay via our Hungry Jack’s ordering website and app,” Hungry Jack’s chief marketing officer Scott Baird said in a media release.

Apple Pay has been a payment method at more than 400 Hungry Jack’s restaurants for the past years.

“We hope by launching Apple Pay via our online ordering channels, more Australians will enjoy a Hungry Jack’s meal by ordering online from wherever they may be located,” Baird continued.

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