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Homeland Stores introduces smartphone app

Oklahoma City – Homeland Stores, a regional grocery retailer operating under several banners including Homeland, United, Country Mart, Super Save and Super Plaza, is partnering with mobile payment technology provider DoubleBeam to introduce new iPhone and Android mobile applications that enable customers to pay for purchases via smartphone.

Customers will be able use the free app to locate stores, see weekly specials, create shopping lists, receive exclusive discounts and pay at the checkout directly from their smartphone via a link to their checking account. For now the app will work at select locations with additional stores coming on board soon.

"Homeland Stores is committed to being at the forefront of fulfilling our customers' needs,” said Darryl Fitzgerald, president and CEO, Homeland Stores. “The mobile app will save our customers time and money each time they use the new Homeland app."

"We are very proud to partner with Homeland and deliver such value to their customers,” said Ted Tekippe, CEO of DoubleBeam. “As more and more people use smartphones in their everyday lives, the opportunity to deliver savings and convenience in the grocery shopping experience has become a reality."

 

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