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Columbus area McDonald's locations chosen to test new "McD Ordering" app

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McDonald's is asking you to place your order—but not at the counter.

According to businessinsider.com, McDonald's is testing its new mobile payment app called "McD Ordering", and they have chosen the Chattahoochee Valley as their test area.

There are 22 locations in the Columbus, Ga. area where the app is being tested.

The company's online tutorial explains that once a payment is made, a customer simply goes to the restaurant, scans the QR code and the order is delivered curbside.

For now, the fast food giant is just "testing" the new app. It's available for iPhone and Android devices. 

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