The company announced Wednesday that it will launch a service called Delivery by Phone, allowing customers to place orders online.
The service, which is only available for the United States, will include delivery of a pizza within 24 hours and delivery of pizza for up to $12.99, with delivery costs and delivery times.
Customers will also be able to order items like wings and desserts through the app, which allows customers to order their pizza online and receive them at their homes within 24-hours.
The company said the service will not require an Amazon Echo device to be connected to the device in order to receive delivery orders, and the company is adding support for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
The company also said that delivery prices for orders will be lower than other delivery services.
The pizza delivery service will be available in the U.S. and in Canada on Thursday, December 1.
Customers who order through the service can also place an order through any of the five delivery outlets on the company’s website, which will be listed under the delivery section of the site.
The delivery service was introduced in October 2016 and is available in three regions: the U-S.
in the Northeast, the U.-K.
in South America, and Australia and New Zealand.
Customers in the United Kingdom will be able order from the company starting Friday, December 7, 2018.