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September 21, 2006

Food on the Go Via Text Message

by Darla Mack

Topbar_logo Watching the news this morning I came across a piece that caught my attention.  Busy New Yorkers will be happy to know that they no longer have to wait in line for their morning coffee.  Well maybe a seperate line.

"With Mobo, you can order and pay from a block away with a text message.  Order hot coffee, frozen ice cream, or crisp salad and feel confident that it won’t be cold, melted, or soggy when you get to it. You’ll get a confirmation message with the exact minute your order will be ready.
Mobo_pickup Each Mobo restaurant has a special Mobo Express area, so you can quickly collect your food and enjoy it fresh."

Mobo launched its innovative mobile ordering service on May 2 and boasts over 1,000
customers. Restaurants including Ben & Jerry’s, Cosi, Dunkin’ Donuts, Mangia, New York Burger Company, Quiznos, Subway, Tossed and Yummy Sushi are being added daily in NYC hubs including Madison Square Park, Rockefeller Center, Wall Street/Lower Manhattan, Bryant Park and Grand Central.

Mobo is a free service but check with your provider for sms rates. 


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