ANN ARBOR Mich. Domino’s Pizza said about half of the chain’s 5,128 domestic units can now accept delivery orders from the browsers of patrons’ internet-enabled cell phones. Customers navigate to and enter their order and address. Credit card information also can be entered. The orders usually arrive in about 30 minutes, said Rob Weisberg, vice president of precision and print marketing. The pizza chain claims to be the first to offer online ordering from cell ...

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