On Sunday, Pizza Hut Malaysia changed their red-coloured logo to green, and had many netizens wondering whether the pizza chain was going to serve only vegetarian pies or even if they’re planning to serve weed in the pizzas. However, it looks like it’s due to them announcing that you can now order pizza through WhatsApp.
Here’s how to use Pizza Hut’s new WhatsApp number for a pizza order
- Click here to WhatsApp Pizza Hut Malaysia
- You can chat with them on your phone with the WhatsApp app (iOS, Android) or use WhatsApp web on your desktop
- You can send Pizza Hut message that they have prepared for you (Pizza sedap 50% off sekarang. Get me one now.) but honestly, it doesn’t matter what you send first as you will be talking to an automated bot
- After you send them a message, a bot will guide you through your order
- Select your language: 1 for English and 2 for Bahasa Malaysia
- After that, you will be asked more information for your order—including just sending them your location using the WhatsApp feature
- To pay, you can select either to pay cash or with a debit/credit card
- If you select debit/credit card, you’d be sent a link to a payment gateway where you can complete the payment
“With the launch of its PizzaHut EasyOrder, customers can now enjoy a hassle-free system that does not require them to download any additional applications. Instead they would simply need to save Pizza Hut’s number that is 016-7552525, on their phones and place the order to get their favourite pizzas,” said their chief marketing officer Emily Chong.
“And our brand is always looking for new ways to push the boundaries of being innovative and creative in our delivery and promotions to better serve our customers across the nation,” she continued.
Besides delivery orders, you can also use their WhatsApp service to order pizza for pick-up. Customers also do not have to register, download any additional applications, or browse different pages of the menu.
To my memory, no other food chain offers a WhatsApp-based delivery service. However, AEON had previously introduced an online service where they will WhatsApp you when your groceries are ready to be picked up during MCO—but this service might not be usable anymore after a brief test.