Grubhub, the nation's leading online and mobile food-ordering and delivery platform, today announced the availability of a new payment option for its customers. Grubhub and Seamless diners can now pay for delivery or takeout orders placed via their Android app using Android Pay.
Android Pay is easy to use, and offers Grubhub and Seamless customers another secure option for mobile payment. Diners can simply select Android Pay at checkout, and have their food delivered from any of their favorite local restaurants.
"More than 60 percent of our orders come through mobile devices and we are always looking for ways to make ordering from Grubhub and Seamless even more convenient," said Sudev Balakrishnan, SVP of Product, Grubhub. "We're thrilled to bring our diners the ease of Android Pay so they can more efficiently order food from their favorite local restaurants."
People who have previously set up Android Pay will now see the option to use Android Pay at checkout. Users who have not set up Android Pay can download the Android Pay app and set it up by adding an eligible credit or debit card.
"We want to make it easier for businesses like Grubhub to offer a simpler, faster in-app payment solution for their customers," said Pali Bhat, Director, Product Management, Google. "With Android Pay, people will be able to speed through checkout with their Android phones in as few as two clicks."
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