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Parkmobile USA, Inc. Launches NFC-Enabled Mobile Parking Payment Solution in Oakland, CA

PR Newswire, Parkmobile

Thursday, May 17, 2012 - 10:14

With the launch of Parkmobile, visitors and residents of Oakland, CA will be able to conduct their parking transactions by mobile phone.

OAKLAND, Calif., May 17, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Parkmobile USA, Inc. announced today that their revolutionary new mobile payment service has been implemented in Oakland, CA. Not only can customers now pay for parking with their cell phone using Parkmobile's native mobile applications for the iPhone, Android, Windows 7, and Blackberry smartphones anywhere in the city, but they can also choose to pay with NFC-enabled mobile phones by waving or tapping their phone on any of Parkmobile's NFC-enabled stickers.

To use the new Parkmobile system, customers register for free at www.parkmobile.com . Once registered, they can use a mobile app, the internet, QR Code, NFC sticker or call toll free at 1-877-727-5718 to pay for parking. After setting up the account, customers can immediately start using the system with their registered mobile phone. They can also select the option to receive both text message or email alerts and reminders.

 

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Tags: NFC, Mobile Payments, Americas, Parkmobile, Mobile App

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