Taco Bell: The fast-food chain is experimenting with delivery services in over 90 cities.

The Act of Eating Taco Bell Just Got Even Lazier

The Act of Eating Taco Bell Just Got Even Lazier

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July 8 2015 2:49 PM

The Act of Eating Taco Bell Just Got Even Lazier

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Taco Bell is the latest fast-food giant to experiment with delivery services.

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Taco Bell is the latest fast-food chain to enter the delivery market with the announcement of its partnership with Palo Alto-based delivery service DoorDash. The new delivery service will be available in Taco Bell locations in over 90 cities and more than 200 restaurants in California and Texas. Some of them include Los Angeles, Orange County, the San Francisco Bay Area, and Dallas.

Delivery costs $3.99, is typically only available from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m., and will take around 38 minutes total, according to BloombergCustomers can order their food through the DoorDash website and its iOS and Android platforms. 

“Delivery is yet another example of how we’re using technology and innovation to respond to consumers’ wants and needs, further evolving the Taco Bell experience for customers," said Taco Bell CEO Brian Niccol in a press release. Niccol announced the company's plans to test the service earlier this year, but it's officially launching today. 

Users on Twitter were ecstatic over the announcement, some even urging Taco Bell to bring the service to their city:

The chain plans to expand this service to more locations nationwide, as more customers are leaning towards convenience.

"We were one of the first to redefine convenience at QSR with our mobile app, and knowing that delivery is the no. 1 request from our consumers, we see a tremendous opportunity to bring the Taco Bell experience to fans where and when they want it most,” Niccol said.