Like the use of a QR code in this takeaway menu from a local kebab house

If you scan the code, you get the menu. So you know QR codes have hit the mainstream when the kebab house uses one like this.

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  1. Armin Grewe

    At Reading station (and presumably elsewhere) you can scan a QR code on the big display timetables to download a pocket timetable for your route on to your smartphone. Very helpful for me to decide which train to catch for the way home.

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