SEOUL, Nov. 30 (Korea Bizwire) — Smartphones can now be used to pick and pay for meals at expressway service areas.
The state-run Korea Expressway Corp., which manages South Korea’s highways throughout the nation, launched Friday a brand new contactless ordering service at relaxation areas in response to the rising demand for contact-free consumption following the coronavirus outbreak.
Prospects can use a smartphone app or scan a QR code positioned on a restaurant desk or a banner to order meals. They’ll not have to face in line or enter into contact with employees, decreasing the chance of an infection.
The company is at the moment testing the brand new ordering program at a number of designated service areas together with the Seoul Underground Rendezvous Service Space, Haeng-Dam Island Service Space, and the Pyeongtaek Service Space, aiming to introduce this system to some 90 service areas by the top of this yr, and a few 150 service areas by the top of subsequent yr.
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