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Last updated on Wednesday, January 18, 2012
(UNDATED) - Burger King is testing out home delivery service.
The fast food giant is instituting a pilot program at 16 stores in Virginia and Maryland.
The service is available from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. on orders of eight dollars or more. There's also a two-dollar delivery charge. Customers can order by phone or online.
The results of the pilot program will determine if it gets expanded to the company's 75-hundred stores in the U.S. and Canada.
For some, a Burger King Whopper is now just a phone call away.
For those wanting their fast-food kick, Burger King is now delivering in Virginia and Maryland.
The fast-food chain has quietly rolled out delivery services at nine of its stores in those states, and they plan to offer the service at six more stores in Virginia by next week.
No word yet on when or if the delivery service will spread nationwide.
Local Burger King managers said they have not heard how the program is going, but are excited about it. They said it would nice to offer the service locally.
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