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PayByPhone takes over as the new cashless parking provider for Greater Anglia’s car parks

Entertainment / Mon 10th Aug 2020 at 08:37am

PAYBYPHONE, the global leader in mobile parking payments, today announced that from 1 August 2020 it replaced dash as the exclusive cashless parking provider across Greater Anglia’s 72 station car parks, which are managed by NCP.

PayByPhone users can use the service without any parking transaction fees and can choose to pay for text messages that remind them before a parking session expires. Dash season ticket holders will be given the chance to renew their season tickets with PayByPhone.

Simone Bailey, Greater Anglia Asset Management Director, says: “We know customers who drive to stations want to be able to park as quickly and easily as possible, which is why we’re committed to improving parking across the Greater Anglia network. Being able to offer touch-free payment for parking through PayByPhone will further help to keep people safe when they travel with us, in addition to the enhanced cleaning we are carrying out, and the social distancing measures in place at stations and on our trains.”

Jonny Combe, UK CEO of PayByPhone, says: “We are delighted Greater Anglia has chosen to switch to PayByPhone in all its car parks managed by NCP. This continues our strong partnership with NCP, which started with the launch of PayByPhone in Transport for London’s 80 station car parks, also managed by NCP, in August 2019. Mobile parking payments not only make the parking experience more hassle-free for both drivers and parking operators, but also, during this pandemic, using the PayByPhone app helps people to stay safe, as they don’t have to handle cash or to use parking machines.”

Jonathan Scott, CEO at NCP, says: “The switch to PayByPhone’s payment system across the car parks that we manage for Greater Anglia is another stage in our long-term relationship with PayByPhone. At NCP, we are committed to offering our customers the best possible experience when parking with us, and we are confident that PayByPhone’s technology, coupled with its excellent customer service, offers drivers and operators exactly that.”

PayByPhone is available in 13,000 locations across the UK and the PayByPhone app allows drivers to extend their parking sessions remotely, in accordance with the car parks’ terms and conditions, with the Extend-From-Anywhere feature. This feature is now also available to users with an Apple Watch using watchOS 4, allowing parking to be extended directly from the watch. The app also gives users access to its Map and Nearby Parking features. The Maps feature allows drivers to locate parking before they leave for their destination and pin their vehicle location onto the map once they have parked. The Nearby Parking feature instantly provides drivers with the closest PayByPhone parking location number once parked.

PayByPhone encourages drivers to download the app now, so they can use the new service straight away. Registration is very simple and takes less than 30 seconds. When paying for parking with mobile phones, PayByPhone recommends cleaning mobile devices regularly. Phones can pick up germs from surfaces on which they are placed, potentially then transferring those germs to hands or faces, so cleaning the device regularly is essential.

For a full list where PayByPhone is available, and to start using it today, download the app from the App Store or Google Play Store, or visit the PayByPhone website paybyphone.co.uk

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