Tim Hortons has announced new mobile payment options aimed at improving the speed of service and enhancing guest experience in its restaurants throughout Canada and the United States.
“We’re always looking to provide our Tim Hortons guests with the best overall customer experience, and mobile payment is one area that we feel can help streamline the average time spent at the order counter,” said David Clanachan, Chief Operating Officer, Tim Hortons. “These new innovations offer secure, quick and easy payment alternatives, allowing our guests more time enjoying their favourite food and beverages.”
TimmyMe mobile application which is now available at participating restaurants throughout Canada and the United States guests using BlackBerry 10 smartphones will be able to register a Tim Card on the TimmyMe™ mobile app and use NFC tap-to-pay technology to complete their order.
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