As a growing number of national quick-service chains move toward mobile ordering and payment, Subway restaurants in California have been quietly testing the services, allowing guests in roughly 2,000 units to skip the line. Officials with the Milford, Conn.-based chain declined to comment on the test details but confirmed that the chain was watching to see whether customers embraced the idea of using their smartphones to both order and pay ahead. After an initial test in Orange County, ...

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