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Parkmobile USA, Inc. Introduces pay by phone parking in Eugene, OR

Posted in mobile payments,parking,pay by phone by Parkmobile on August 10, 2010

Eugene, August 10, 2010 — Parkmobile USA, Inc. announced today a revolutionary new service that will allow residents and visitors in Eugene to save time and money by using their mobile phone to pay for parking.

To use the new Parkmobile system, customers register for free at Once registered, motorists can use a mobile app, the internet, or a toll free phone call, 877-PARK-832 or 877-727-5832 to pay for parking.  The phone number is displayed on every Parkmobile sign. After setting up the account, customers can immediately start using the system with their registered mobile phone. Motorists can also select the option to receive text message alerts and reminders fifteen minutes before their time expires.  Motorists can track parking expenses and print reports through Parkmobile’s secure site.

“Our goal is to continue to reduce the number of parking tickets issued by making it as easy as possible to park,” said Parking Services Manager Jeff Petry. “Not having coins and the inconvenience of having to go back to the meter to add more time are two of the most frequent issues I hear people talk about when it comes to parking. The pay-by-phone service overcomes both of these issues by providing another payment option and notifying the customer when their time will expire.”

The program will be offered at seven off-street parking areas including the downtown public library garage and surface lot, the Broadway North and South garages, the Hult Center garage, the City Hall surface lot, and the train depot parking lot. Parkmobile’s innovative technologies and services will enhance the experience of motorists. Parkmobile’s pay by phone is an ideal parking option, and is simple and convenient.


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