Aussies ditch the kitchen for the convenience of online take-away; food apps make fast delivery cravings too hard to resist
Sensis Digital Manager, Alice Mentiplay said: “Only a few years ago ordering take-away food meant flicking through a bunch of old menus, phoning through an order to a noisy restaurant, then sitting in hope that the food would eventually turn up and you’d get what you asked for. Intense competition has changed the industry and people can now order their meal in a couple of touches on their smartphone and track its delivery right to their door.”
The 2017 study surveyed 800 Australian consumers and 1,002 small and medium businesses about their online experiences and found that women are the shopaholics online, with 60% making internet purchases versus only 51% of men over the past year.
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