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Domino’s Abandons T-Mobile Promo Due to Huge Pizza Demand

I’m still now sure how the general public feels about T-Mobile’s recent promotional campaign to give out shares in the company, but the carrier’s accompanying free giveaways are clearly a hit, evidenced by the fact that the Domino’s pizza chain, a partner for the first two weeks of T-Mobile’s promotion, has abandoned it’s participation in […]

Domino’s backs out of free pizza promotion with T-Mobile due to higher-than-expected demand

T-Mobile’s latest “un-carrier” move — an attempt to reward its customers with freebies offered via an app called T-Mobile Tuesdays — has been just a bit too popular. Demand for the app and its various promotions was so high that the app crashed under the influx of customers right out of the gate. And now, one of the best deals it offered — free… Read More

Domino’s pulls out of T-Mobile Tuesdays because y’all wanted more pizza than they can make

As part of T-Mobile’s Uncarrier 11 announcements, the company said it would dedicate the year to giving back to its customers. Part of this campaign was the T-Mobile Tuesday app, which offers giveaways for prizes of all monetary values every week, from paid vacations to 7-Eleven Slurpees and Domino’s pizzas. Show More Summary

No Pizza for You! T-Mobile Forced to Ditch Free Dominos

T-Mobile is reshuffling its weekly giveaway promotion after heavy demand for free pizzas overwhelmed Domino's.

Domino's ditches T-Mobile Tuesdays after getting hit with too many free pizza orders

Domino's has decided to "indefinitely" postpone any future participation in the T-Mobile Tuesdays rewards program after getting hit with way too many free pizza orders earlier this week from customers of the wireless carrier. T-Mobile...Show More Summary

T-Mobile Customers Overwhelm Dominos; No More Free Pizza

T-Mobile CEO John Legere took to twitter to announce changes to the T-Mobile Tuesdays rewards program. Legere said the T-Mobile Tuesdays app has been downloaded by more than 2 million customers. This week, so many customers attempted...Show More Summary

T-Mobile gave away so much free pizza it broke Domino’s

T-Mobile Tuesdays is a brand-new freebie program that the company unveiled last week amid much fanfare and swearing. It's a simple idea: every week, T-Mobile customers get freebies, like free movie tickets or a free pizza. Only, it appears...Show More Summary

Cops: Customer Threatened To "Shoot Up" Domino's Restaurant Over Botched Pizza Order

Even some free grub could not assuage Iowan Dusten Kemp, 30, who is now locked up on assault and harassment charges. read more

Domino’s Quits T-Mobile Tuesdays Because You All Eat Too Much Damn Free Pizza

T-Mobile Tuesdays is off to a pretty poor start after only two weeks. Last week, we saw the apps that support the deal movement struggle mightily while customers flocked to claim their freebies and now this week, T-Mobile CEO John Legere...Show More Summary

T-Mobile Tuesdays switching Domino’s out for Lyft in wake of crazy demand

It looks like T-Mobile Tuesdays were a bit too much to handle for Domino’s. Tuesday’s deal offered a free medium two-topping pizza from Domino’s, which a lot of T-Mo customers didn’t get to redeem because of overwhelming demand at many locations. T-Mobile CEO John Legere announced that there have been over two [...]

11 charts show why Amazon, Uber and so many other tech companies want to deliver your food

Pizza was the first food to go online. The classic phone orders were replaced by fancy "watch as it cooks" widgets. Now Dominoes will automatically place your last order if you even open its app. Yet, pizza isn't the only delivery food,...Show More Summary

Domino's removes laborious one-click barrier to pizza with new zero-click purchase

Apparently the one-click order, popularized by Amazon to allow consumers to skip the shopping cart and payment-input process during online shopping, wasn't easy enough for Domino's. On Thursday, the pizza peddler announced a new zero-click...Show More Summary

Is Domino’s Going Too Far by GPS-Tracking Its Customers?

In the name of freshness, Domino’s customers who order pizza for pickup with a smartphone will be able to opt to allow Domino’s to track their location so that Domino’s can begin to prepare the customers’ pizzas when they are near.

Domino's Is Now Tracking Customers via Satellite

It's not quite as creepy as it sounds Say what you will about Domino's pizza, but the company is relentless in its pursuit of innovation — and unlike Pizza Hut, that innovation doesn't involve shoving increasingly more random items inside pizza crusts. Show More Summary

Big-brother pizza: Domino’s to track customers on way to stores

Checking the progress online of your home-delivery pizza is so 2006. Now you’re being tracked, too. Domino’s Pizza Enterprises Ltd., Australia’s largest pizza company, will on Monday start using satellites to follow customers as they approach stores to pick up orders. Show More Summary

Domino's will track customers on their way to pick up pies

Domino's already lets customers monitor the status of their pizzas for delivery, but on Monday it will reverse that service, allowing pizza-makers to track the location of customers coming in for a pie pick-up. The program rolls out across Australia starting on Monday, according to CNBC. Show More Summary

Briefly: Scariest Movies, iOS History, 50% Off Domino's Pizza

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Top 20 scariest horror films, Aussie dollar inches towards 75 US cents, meet the new GHostbusters. More »      

N.Y. AG's Lawsuit 'Demeans' Role Of Small Business Owners, Domino's Pizza Says

Protesters demanding higher wages for fast food workers chant during a massive rally outside a Domino's Pizza store on May 15, 2014, in New York City. New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman recently filed a lawsuit seeking to hold Domino's liable for the alleged underpayment of workers at 10 franchises [...]

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