OpenTable, the world’s leading provider of online restaurant reservations and part of The Priceline Group  recently announced that its Pay with OpenTable mobile payments feature is now available for Android.

To pay with OpenTable, diners who book at participating restaurants simply add a credit card in the OpenTable Android app before they dine and can then view and pay their check with a few taps.  Diners who pay with OpenTable simply get up and go whenever they’re ready.

“Millions of diners use our apps to discover and book the perfect table,” said Jocelyn Mangan, OpenTable Senior Vice President, Product Management.

Pay with OpenTable is currently available in select cities and restaurants across the U.S.   To learn more about OpenTable mobile payments, head over to http://pay.opentable.com to view the current list of participating restaurants.  Restaurants who are interested in providing their guests with the experience of paying with OpenTable can learn more at http://pay.opentable.com/restaurants.

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About OpenTable:

OpenTable, part of The Priceline Group, is the world’s leading provider of online restaurant reservations, seating more than 16 million diners per month via online bookings across more than 32,000 restaurants. The OpenTable network connects restaurants and diners, helping diners discover and book the perfect table and helping restaurants deliver personalized hospitality to keep guests coming back.

The OpenTable service enables diners to see which restaurants have available tables, select a restaurant based on verified diner reviews, menus, and other helpful information, and easily book a reservation.

For restaurants, the OpenTable hospitality solutions enable them to manage their reservation book, streamline their operations, and enhance their service levels. Since its inception in 1998, OpenTable has seated more than 760 million diners around the world.

Larry Sullivan

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