#MobileChat No. 30 with Eat24

Our tweet chat is not “official” until someone mentions bacon, right? Well, we’re taking #MobileChat this week to “24” on the food scale. Eat24 that is.

What is Eat24? Here’s how they describe their saucy selves:

We’re Eat24. Our mission is to keep you from having to cook, shop or wear pants. Order online for free and get delivery or takeout from over 20,000 restaurants in 950 cities nationwide. Order today, leftovers tomorrow. Did you just solve dinner twice? Yes, you did.Using the phone to talk is scary. That’s why we made the Eat24 App, so you can order food with your phone anytime without saying a word, or moving from the couch (technically it’s a “mobile” app, but no one will know if you mostly use it while sitting). Hungry? Relax. We built our kick ass 24/7 customer support right into our app too. Just hop on Live Chat  from your phone and we can make changes, contact the restaurant for you, track those extra meatballs you ordered, or whatever else you need. You couldn’t get better service if you texted your pizza directly.

If you want to eat but are feeling as lazy as a sloth, Eat24 has an inspirational video just for you.

Now that you’re even hungrier (and proved you are a sloth), here’s where to order their app.


And after you have finalized your take-out order, you are officially ready to chat with the crew that made it all possible, the social team of Eat24. Bring your best foodie jokes on Wednesday, March 6th from 9-10pm EST as we serve up a full course meal of Q/A with Eat24 — #MobileChat style. Careful though, we like our chat spicy!

Chat more soon!

Patrick Goodman
Red e App Product and Engagement Director

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