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article imageBurger King and PayPal join forces

By Owen Weldon     Nov 4, 2014 in Business
PayPal and Burger King have joined forces so consumers can can use the payment system offline to buy dinner, lunch or breakfast at Burger King.
According to Consumerist, PayPal announced on Monday that it was going to integrate into the Burger King app, which will allow people to pay for their meals without having to use a credit card or cash.
A mobile payment service will be rolling out for the iOs and Android devices early next year, according to TechCrunch.
PayPal said that the Burger King app will allow guests to have access to exclusive offers and discounts at Burger King locations. PayPal also said the app will allow customers to find their nearest Burger King and check out nutritional information.
PayPal said customers will just need to launch the app and then select the pay with PayPal option, and then they will enter a four-digit pin to pay.
Not only is PayPal collaborating with Burger King, but the company also announced a new service. The new service will allow customers to pay for their purchases after their purchases have been delivered.
The company said that the pay after delivery option allows customers up to 14 days after they have bought their goods, to actually pay for them. PayPal said this will give customers more access to resources and flexibility in when and how they decide to pay.
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